I visited the New Inn during a cycling trip; it was early evening and we were looking for food and drink, having previously visited a neighbouring hostelry and found it too busy. We were shown to a table immediately and our orders were taken promptly and with courtesy; the landlord was also kind enough to provide an ice pack for one of our party who had suffered an injury during the ride. The food arrived quickly; my steak and ale pie was a delight; topped with shortcrust pastry with tender steak and plenty of gravy inside. The pie was served with proper, hand cut chips and an imaginative selection of vegetables. The price, including a pint of very fine ale, came to under £12. I probably wouldn't come here to dine out on a special occasion but for good, no-nonsense, wholesome pub food the New Inn is hard to beat.