The inn has recently been through a major revamp, and excellent it is too. Ok the new ale pumps don't always perform, but the overall pre-Christmas aura is exactly what is expected.
We had the tasting platter (£11.95) which was comprised of an absolutely delicious brie and onion marmalade brulee, chicken in a paprika crumb, very fatty pork belly fritters, beer battered mushrooms, rather solid lamb meatballs and just the right quantity of crusty bread with mango and pineapple salsa and plenty of caramelised garlic and parsley mayonnaise. So much detail was presented well.
We consumed two medium (175ml) Mendozan Malbec, Argentos (£9.20) which were rich and intense as promised but I wouldn't go so far as to say the wine was smooth.
Overall, our experience was very good, and we will return.
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