Went there in June 2013.
This was a busy Friday evening in this pub.
We really enjoyed or starters (dips and a home-made paté that was probably one of the finest terrines we ever ate – even our two French gourmets were really, really impressed).
Mains were excellent, fresh and cooked on the day. The owner told us his chef loved preparing curries: we indeed found these curries excellent, very fragrant but not overpowering.
Wines selection is nothing outlandish but prices were fair.
This is the best gastro-pub stuff you can hope for: simple, honest, fresh cuisine but with many clever twists and a lot of care.
Only (small) downside was the noise level: walls and hard surface make pub fairly loud, so you tend to shout to be heard by your co-diners. But then again, if you dislike the noise, try to avoid pubs of Friday evenings!
Service was attentive and present but not intrusive. The owner came to see if we were happy with our meal, he seemed to really care about keeping his clients happy. Setting is a decluttered village pub.
We ate for £20-25 per head with wine and quite frankly, that was money well spent and a meal we will keep great memories from.
Having tried the Woolpack Inn the next day, i'd say this is indeed the place to go to in Beckington.
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