Corbridge is a charming village in the Tyne Valley. Dating back to Roman times (the Corstopitum garrison is on the edge of the village, and hardrian;s Wall is two miles North) the village remains at a "strategic" junction of two main routes.
The Angle is an old coaching inn, which in addition to its comfortable bar, has an impressive restaurant, and i understand the bedrooms are extremely well appointed.
A spur of the moment decision to eat out found us dining in the very cozy bar. The menu is good, with plenty of choice - not particularly adventurous, but that is fine by me.
Service was good and friendly.
I ate the local steak in peppercorn sauce, with "all the trimmings" and delightful hand cut chips (fries) which were crispy on the outside and firm internally; just as chips shoudl be when cut from real potato!
The steak was tender and cooked perfectly, but unfortunately I found even the peppercorn sauce a little bland - but then I like very intense flavours. I am sure there are those who will say it is full off flavour - it is all about personal taste at the end of the day.
My wife thoroughly enjoyed her Thai fishcakes, which she described as being "extremely tasty".
I am not going to detail the sinful deserts; just make sure you leave room for one!
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