This is the third or fourth incarnation of the Dreel that I have experienced and was not a great fan of this place in the past. However, first impressions of the new set up were very favourable. The bar area is oldie world and though small, atmospheric. Good selection of beers, I had Caledonian Pale Ale which was excellent though served too cold. The pub has three distinct dining areas and a small outside beer garden overlooking the burn, so have a look round if you get a choice of table. Excellent varied menu and specials all at very reasonable prices. I had the tempura squid to start and it was melt in your mouth, which is not easy with squid. Our party of four were all delighted with their choice of dishes and the house red wine was very drinkable at £17 a bottle. The service is casual and friendly. So new addition to our list of places to eat and recommend in the area.
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