Visited this pub for an evening meal and enjoyed the pleasant atmosphere, roaring fire and well cooked, filling food. The menu is not large but the emphasis is on providing a smaller number of home-made and local dishes. The food was quickly delivered to our table and was piping hot - chunky home made chips were delicious and very filling. The only problem was the main course was so filling we had no room for dessert! Reasonably priced with starters in the £4 - 6 range and mains around £9 - 14. Greene King IPA on tap as well as several lagers. The only drawback for me was that, seated in the main bar area, the door behind the bar led straight into the kitchen and while food was being brought through, the door was left open for considerable periods, bringing kitchen noise and smells into the bar area, which I found a little off-putting, although I guess the Landlord cannot help the layout of an old pub such as this.
Overall this is a good place that I would recommend. The landlord has aimed the pub directly at the middle class food market that can be got from surrounding towns such as BIggleswade, Hitchin and Bedford from which Broom is easily accessable. The food is of good quality with a warm welcome and well worth the trip.
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