Unfortunately I didn't discover this pub as an eating house until my last night in Chipping Campden, otherwise I would have been back for sure.
The pub is somewhat unusual in the way it is built, having spaces either side of an archway. The bar, on the right as you face it, is not at all extensive, and the area available for eating is therefore limited. On the other side of the archway is a small reception area and a dining room. I didn't really see the dining room, as it was closed off and not available on the evening I visited, as it had been booked for a private function. I therefore settled for a table in the bar, which fortunately I had the sense to reserve a bit earlier, and there I had my meal.
Not a dining room that exudes grace and high style, but warm, and welcoming and homely. The staff on duty were brilliant: friendly and helpful and charming. The menu was very attractive offering a wide range of food choices, and the food when it came was amazing. I had a beef, Guinness and oyster pie, totally home made, served from the pie dish, piping hot, and as many beautifully cooked vegetables as you could eat. Four of us ate heartily and none of us could find room for a desert. This was without doubt, one of the very best pub meals I have ever eaten. An absolute 'must' if you ever visit Chipping Campden.
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