Taking daughter and granddaughter for a meal because our house is upside down. The Oak has recently upgraded on the pub grub that it used to serve and has achieved a significant improvement in standard. The menu is not extensive which is good for a small village pub; and it is within the bounds of a pub chef - sirloin steak; risotto; beef bourgignon;and veg dishes. We had the sirloin steak with trimmings ( granddaughter and me) Hunters chicken and ploughmans. Each was very good - one steak well done, one medium rare for example. The ploughman's had some four of five varieties of cheese, apple, crisps, chutney and bagetter - a goodly meal for a hungry ploughman; and the chicken was delicious. Portions good to generous. Ambience is very village pub-like with open fire and discrete music - with two local real ales to wash the meal down. A limited but reasonable choice of wines - which we didn't sample, so not comment on quality. What a good place to have on one's doorstep.
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