I've lived in the area most of my life and never been in the Green Man until last night, having been invited by my father in law. We ranged in age from 82 to 13. On arrival we were warmly greeted by the barman, got some drinks, then coats taken and shown to our table. The bar area was empty at that time, the restaurant area full except for our table. I say this because it indicates that whilst it's a pub, it's more of a restaurant really. The menu is not vast, but there is a specials board to complement it. Most went for fish and chips in our group, I went for Steak and Kidney pie. Since my mum died I've not had what I'd call a decent steak and kidney pie which hasn't been messed about in some way, but what you get at the Green Man is as close to perfection as you can realistically expect, it was heaven. The fish and chips is a large portion and top quality fish, not over battered. We were attended to by several waiting staff, all friendly, and I could see them working hard over the other tables to make sure customers were happy. Later I saw people in the bar drinking, so it still functions as a pub too. It is not cheap, but the price reflects the quality of food and service on offer. It's packed, they are getting it right.
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