We have eaten here a handful of times over the past couple of years and on our last visit the food was still very good.
We went on a Sunday and the menu had changed since our previous Sunday visit (no lamb option and just 2 deserts or cheese to finish) but what we had was enjoyable. I went for the beef which was cooked to perfection and came with a good selection of veg, roast and new potatoes and a Yorkie pud. The better half opted for the pork that although a little fatty around the edge was tasty and came with lovely crackling' and veg.
We both said that there could have been a bit more meat - just one more slice would be good - but the dinner was filling nonetheless.
We had apple crumble with ice cream and the cheese & biscuits to finish and both were good and well priced at £4.20.
For those who haven't been here before the pub itself is very well decorated with lovely old furniture and chandeliers and lamps. Other customers are all great and the staff are very good. There is also a nice seating area out the back which is great in the good weather.
The Rum has a great real ale selection that changes regularly and also a good selection of tap and bottle lagers. They also offer a good selection of wines by the glass and bottle, most under £15-16 a bottle.
All round this offers very good value for a Sunday lunch in a lovely relaxed pub.
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