This seemed a very pleasant unpretentious village pub with a cosy fire in one room and a clear invitation to bring dogs and muddy boots into the bar. The pub seemed very keen to promote locally sourced food on the menu. They were offering line caught trout from Carsington Water with herbs and fennel for 11.95 on the Specials board. The main menu had steak from Redferns of Buxton. My husband had this and I tasted some. It was really delicious as were the chunky fries he had with them. Also on the menu were Ham and Eggs and Hope Valley Ice Cream. Some interesting sandwiches on offer. Unfortunately I chose Rigatoni with a mushroom sauce which involved Shropshire Blue cheese. I found it too strong and very salty tasting and couldn't eat a lot of it. So that was disappointing. However, there was a nice selection of beers a local brewery Wincle Undertaker and Life of Reilly. Both nice. Marston's Pedigree and Banks. The pub seemed very popular with good parking. There were a stack of games I noticed in the area which seemed more for families. I enjoyed this lunch time visit.
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