I visited the Seven Stars on the recommendation of my nearby B&B and wish I hadn't. The menu looks extensive but had little to appeal to my fairly uncomplicated tastes. Settling on a fish pie, and being told it was now off the menu, I had the decidedly odd experience to stand at the bar making my second choice while a later arrival - no doubt more favoured - ordered exactly what I had just been told told was no longer available. I settled on ham and eggs, which when it arrived was quite ordinary, but not the stuff of a great meal. The worst thing was the sweet - anticipating a pleasant "standard" I asked for chocolate and orange cheesecake. What arrived was decidedly odd, not very nice and expensive, being a mass of whipped flavoured cream on a dry biscuit. Some attempt to jazz this up further had mixed in strawberries and mint leaves and garnish - complicating an already overcomplicated confection.
The place itself is hardly welcoming, was almost empty apart from some elderly braying "Henries" and the decor uninspiring. Not a place to return to - a teashop would have done a better spread at half the price.
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