The Triton has recently been refurbished and what an improvement. Following the gastro-pub formula - wooden tables, wooden floorboards, bookcase wall-paper etc. it has lots of extra touches too including an open fire and fresh flowers (wild and cultured and imaginative) on the tables.
The atmosphere is lovely and the staff pleasant, polite and helpful. The service has been a little slow.
The menu is varied both in terms of choice and price and the food is really beautifully presented. I have now eaten here on three occasions, twice for lunch and once for dinner and will certainly be back.
On both occasions for lunch I have chosen the club sandwich and triple cooked chips. On the first occasion the bread was rather soggy and the second occasion rather oily (they had run out of white bread and therefore we were offered soda bread which was fine but had too much olive oil added). Otherwise we were very pleased with our meals (other members of the party had fish cakes which were deemed excellent, the porkshire sausages which also went down very well.
For dinner my friend and I both had the slow roasted belly pork which was served with a delicious jus, a toffee apple sauce (very tasty), mash and pureed peas. My only slight criticism was that it was not as hot as I would have liked.
One huge plus is that you can order smaller portions if you choose which is an excellent idea and suits a range of appetite.
Each time there were a comfortable number of diners and the noise levels were fine (in some places the noise is over-powering because of the sparse nature of the decor).
I will most certainly be back.
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