Comfortable village pub with a really good selection of real ales but the food lets it down. Sometimes it's almost bad sometimes good. The last time we went we ordered fish. We waited half an hour before the staff informed us that the fish was no longer available. Surely we should have been told that within minutes of the order going into the kitchen? I then ordered a simple quiche and salad but we waited another 45 minutes for that to arrive. I could have gone home and cooked the whole thing in the time we were waiting. We counted 7 orders in front of ours and that isn't considered busy in my book. When the food arrived the quiche was good although underseasoned considerably. I rarely use salt on my food but this needed it. Soft pastry was lovely and the filling nice and deep. The biggest problem is the chef only seems to cook one meal at a time which means even on a slow session you still have to wait for such a long time. The apologies were far from sincere and the landlord really didn't seem bothered about our complaint or comment. We haven't been back since and as we have a holiday cottage in the area I'm afraid it's not a place we recommend to our guests either. Such a shame as when the fire is lit in winter it's a really cosy place to visit for a good pint of beer.
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