Hubby and I decided to go there on a grey, overcast day and were glad we did. We had the place to ourselves and were able to choose any table we wanted - we sat near the window. We ordered a beer and a glass of bubbly and settled down to gaze at the beautiful river view whilst waiting for our lunch. Hubby's marinated quail entree came out quickly and was very nice, he insisted I try some. We didn't have to wait too long before our mains came, I ordered the pork belly with diced potato and bacon and wilted bok choy and asparagus and hubby had the rib eye steak with baked chat potatoes, bok choy and mushrooms and a pepper sauce. My pork was perfect and he enjoyed his steak. We finished with lemon tart, vanilla ice cream and raspberrry sauce drizzled over the plate.
We love this place, mostly because of the view, and have been here many times and have brought many visitors here. There are historic pictures on the walls of how the pub looked in times gone by. The service is great and the prices are slightly dearer than the average pub price. The only thing we would say against the place is the background music is slightly annoying, a bit too loud, but that's the only criticism.
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