Visited one evening this week for a family meal. The food in general was pretty good and I would eat here again. My main issue with my visit was the poor quality of the balsamic vinegar. We ordered bread and olives as a sharing platter to start, at a cost of £7 I was expecting good quality bread/olive oil/balsamic. The bread was average, the balsamic vinegar was such poor quality, you could probably get 3 litres of it for 99p in a discount store. It was basically balsamic flavoured water, it lacked viscosity to the point where it actually wouldn’t adhere to the bread. Disappointing to say the least. This pub should seriously consider investing in a good quality balsamic. I hope they are not trying to cut costs when ordering in other ingredients too.
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