This charming multi level, multi roomed pub is just on the edge of the North York Moors NP and is tastefully decorated with a pool room and separate dining areas. There's an area for children inside, but also outdoor seating and a play area. At the bar the choices were Timothy Taylor's Landlord and York Brewery Guzzler. Guzzler it was then. Nice lively pint, well kept and nicely cool. From the varied menu Sally's Famous Steak Pie was chosen (£11.50). Shortly after ordering the decent chunk of square pastry-lid pie was delivered on a plate with thick gravy creating an island in a brown sea. Then the hand cut chips, along with a full dish of new potatoes, carrots, red cabbage, broccoli and sugar snap peas were served up. It has to be said that whilst this was a generous portion, only two chips were left after consumption. It was really nice to have tasty food served without any stodge and the meat was delicious. Too much to have a sweet, unfortunately, but what we had was excellent. Many places serve meals; here you get food, good service and friendly banter. What a refreshing change!
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