We ate here at lunch time having to select a table inside as rain was threatening. It was surprisingly busy including a party of 14 ramblers. Service was a little slow and we did begin to wonder when we heard several people complaining about dry bread and luke warm soup. We had chosen fish and chips and roast guinea fowl. Both dishes were amazingly presented and good value for money. The guinea fowl came with leak bubble and squeak and field mushrooms in a creamy sauce along with baby carrots and sugar snap peas. The dish was finished with colourful edible flowers so looked very impressive. The fish and chips was presented on a wooden board and my husband the mushy peas were really tasty.
The characterful inn is in a wonderful location overlooking the clapper bridge of Tarr Steps. In sunny weather it would be a great place to eat outside. However in the height of season I expect it gets very very busy.
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