I have now eaten several times in The Pig and have never been disappointed. The menu is varied and they have now opened up a separate dining area upstairs for a bit of extra peace and quiet.
They do excellent Sunday lunches with generous portions and perfect gravy and yorkshire puds - including a kids option for around £5 that is not much short of the adult option.
One of my favourites on the menu is the slow cooked pork belly - really succulent and delicious.
Apart from over Christmas, they usually have a specials board which focused on local produce and typically also includes a soup of the day and a featured burger of the week, which are always popular.
You're looking at at least £10 for a main course, but this is good value for the quality of the food.
I was speaking to the chef and he is passionate about sourcing food locally, so aspects such as the cheese board have a great local feel whilst still selecting the best quality.
It gets busy on a weekend and particularly on Sunday lunchtimes for the roasts, particularly with families (although the upstairs dining area is more peaceful).
The staff here are really friendly and make a great team - chatty and fun and giving the pub a warm feel that makes it stand out from the likes of the Old Bank and McKenzies.
They are going to be introducing a new bar menu soon and I can't wait.
The wine selection is good and they also serve a range of lagers and always have a couple of real ales on tap.
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