After arriving in Chipping Campden jet-lagged but looking forward to our 102-mile Cotswold Way walk, we took a brief turn around town. Lygon Arms had received good reviews and was the first place we stopped at. It looked good so we booked for that evening before retiring to our wonderbul B&B, Cornerways for a sorely needed nap. When we returned for dinner, we had a lovely meal. We shared a started of mackeral pate and it was wonderful. My husband had a pork medallions dish which was lovely. My steak pie came "disassembled": the steak braised in a rich ale sauce and the puff pastry were served piping hot from its baking dish and separate from the peas and potatoes which came as individual sides. Both were delicious. Husband of course had the local ale and I had a glass of Proseco and a lovely Riesling. Couldn't have been more perfect for our first night. Like another reviewer, we had a lovely lconversation with some locals.Nothing in this town is inexpensive but the food was filling and well-priced.
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