After reading mixed reviews and staying local to the area, we decided to walk to the pub one evening for an evening meal. We arrived and were met with a warm and friendly welcome. We decided to eat in the restaurant rather than the pub. The restaurant was very busy and we secured a table. There was a large choice of dishes on the specials board however you had to get up to read them and I felt rushed as everyone was standing and reading the board. The food arrived after quite a long wait however we were eagerly awaiting our freshly prepared food so it didn't matter. My husband opted for the beef and ale pie along with the chips (cooked in beef dripping). My son had a hamburger and chips. The pie arrived with an overcooked pastry top along with chips that looked like cooked in old oil. The hamburger was a small burnt lump in the center of a very large 'buttered' bun. I ordered mushroom ravioli which was very nice and not over-cooked however it was advertised with a side salad which never made it out of the kitchen. The desserts did not disappoint however needless to say it was our one and only visit to the pub for food.
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