This is a real, traditional pub with real traditional home-cooked pub food. The type you got in every village pub 20 years ago. Sunday roasts of beef, lamb, pork, turkey or chicken with a good selection of vegetables all piled high on a plate. And I mean piled high. Somebody has forgotten about portion control here - which I'm sure is the main reason that most people eat here. You'll never, ever, leave hungry.
The other menu options are standard fayre: sandwiches, curry, scampi, lasagne, burgers, etc, all of which again are served in huge portions on huge plates.
Service is pleasant enough. You take a seat and a waiter or waitress will come and take your order. If you want drinks you need to queue up at the bar and ask them to put the drinks on the bill (or you can pay separately).
If you're expecting a gourmet dining experience you won't get it at the Denison. The decor is a little shabby and the place has a run-down feel to it. You will however receive a child-friendly warm welcome, a selection of decent home-cooked food, huge portions, and good value for money.
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