This wee pub in the village of Devonside has recently been renovated after being closed for a long time. It is now all newly decorated and kitted out, and it is great to see it opened up again. You can park on the street outside - there's usually plenty of spaces.
I had Sunday lunch here with my husband on 3rd June. The place feels clean and welcoming, and the waitresses serving were friendly and attentive. However, our wee table for two was very wobbly - the top didn't seem to be joined to the base, and it was 'rocking' throughout our meal.
The menu is extensive and the prices are very reasonable. We both had Lentil Soup served with a warm roll and butter. The soup was fine. For main courses, I had Scampi and chips - I liked how the chips had been made from potatoes with their skins left on. My husband had the Sunday Roast - a huge plateful of roast beef AND roast ham; yorkshire pudding; roast and boiled potatoes and veggies. Too much food. The guy next to us had Chicken Fajitas and although they looked and smelled delicious, there was enough food to feed 3 people on his plate.
So..... if you are starving and can eat loads - go here for a huge plate of good food. If you have a normal appetite, make sure you only order one course!
Price for 2 soups; 2 mains; 2 glasses of wine and 2 soft drinks = £28, which we thought was very good value. We'll definitely be back, but we'll need to be very hungry!
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