Lovely staff and a wide range of options to choose both food and drinks. Vegetarian platter and Vegetarian risotto were outstanding!
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Everything we ate tasted deliciously home made, including the leek and potato soup, and the cheesecake. Staff were very jolly and accommodating. Beer was well kept.
We visited for a Sunday Lunch which was disappointing to say the least. Wasnt very warm, potatoes so hard you couldnt cut them .... almost seemed microwaved. When pointing this out on their facebook page they were rude in return even putting a two finger...More
Good service; good atmosphere and good food in an inn from the 1400's. Don't expect large portions as they go for quality and presentation. I had the sea bream and roasted fennel with butter bean stew. Very tasty and something different. Prices are around £10...More
Ate here in August after having had a dreadful meal in our hotel the night before. Waitress very accommodating - we booked at lunchtime and she allowed us to go into the restaurant and choose our table for the evening. Food style is typical gastropub...More
This is a nice bar, with a modern feel, clean. The choice of beers was pretty standard and the atmosphere didn't quite feel warm. The toilets were slightly uncomfortable to get to as you have to walk into the dining area to reach them. We...More
Went here with friends place was empty and lacked atmosphere. Choose Moroccan lamb with chilli cous cous which is not what came!! I was expecting lamb with apricots nuts and a spicy sauce what arrived was lamb stew with potatoes and leeks in a gravy...More
This pub had a lovely atmosphere, the staff were very helpful and polite. Cocktails were well made and we got two for one as it was happy hour. The food was lovely. The waitress and kitchen went over and above with the sticky toffee pudding...More