A very traditional English pub, low beams decorated with dried hops. A good selection of real ales and a fascinating collection of bar snacks to try before eating.
Menu very good and the daily specials are always worth a look. During my latest visit I tried the rib of pork and was a bit taken aback by the size of the portion, it was enormous!
A lovely, moist loin cut with 2 ribs served on a haricot ragout and apple puree. Very nice indeed.
My colleague and I shared the fish platter as a starter and were pleasantly surprised by the wide selection and quantity but you do need to like smoked/pickled fish!
Well worth a return visit.
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