This is an upmarket country pub in a lovely Hampshire village. It has an olde worlde charm and has three connected bar areas devoted to dining, possibly seating 80-100 people. It is very popular and seldom seems quiet. Our group of six visited on a Thursday lunchtime when it was certainly half full. If you've not visited before, and you visit at a busy time, you may be confused by the two menu boards, in different areas, which contain the same same starters but different mains. If you have granny and grand-dad who are not mobile, menu choosing could be a nightmare. We had to wait 30 minutes for food. The cooked meals were good but the celery, tomato and pickled onions on the ploughmans left something to be desired. The prices, for a pub, are stratospheric - most expensive I've experienced. The staff were welcoming and helpful.
Overall, always a sound choice - once you know the ropes.
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