We were travelling back from Glastonbury to London and ready to eat, we saw the pub and it looked a good place to stop. We went in and it was empty and didn't look too good. We decided to at least have a drink and look at the menu. Having decided to eat we sat down and the friendly waitress was right there to help us. We ordered the carvery and vegetable soup. The soup arrived - home made and very tasty. Then the main course arrived, a good amount of fresh cut turkey breast with Yorkshire pudding and roast potatoes. The vegetables arrived on a separate platter, a mix of carrots, green beans, cauliflower cheese, parsnips, corn, peas, sweet potato and several others. All the food was excellent, all fresh and cooked as required, no frozen or left over food. There was more than enough food and some unfortunately had to be left as we were both full. The staff were friendly and as the pub started to get more people, the pub took on a good atmosphere, we must just have been a little early (4.45). Looking at what others were eating, the meals seemed to be consistent in quality and quantity. When the bill arrived we were shocked at how low the price was..... the soup, the main meals and drinks came to £25 for the two of us, I've paid more than the total for just a main course that was not as good as we got. We left full and happy to continue our journey. If I find myself back in the area, I will certainly call in again.
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