we visited on a hot summers day and naturally wanted to sit outside. We asked a waitress for a highchair which did not appear so I approached the door to find one only to be told they were being kept for people inside. During the entire time we were there only three highchairs were being used inside. I had a feeling they didn't want them outside or just didn't have enough. Whilst we were offered another unsuitable chair with cushions my two year old kept sliding off so we got the car seat from the car. It would have been interesting to see what would have happened had we asked to go inside. Never been to a pub before that only have three high chairs
(if this is the case, there were certainly only three in use).
The atmosphere is a bit sterile and stiff, one waitress was very jolly however. I think for the price - 50 pound for two adults and two children - the place can't survive on serving good food alone. The food was good, not amazing and we waited 45 minutes for the main then over 30 minutes for the dessert. The barman was friendly. I think this place has some lovely decorative touches which makes it look homely but the atmosphere needs lifting to create a more friendly environment for customers.
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