A friend recommended the Star so I checked out its website for a birthday celebration with friends last Saturday evening. It certainly looked the part - owned by a farmer, local produce and a chef trained by one of the Rouxs, so we booked.
It is a nice pub, good real ales and friendly staff.
Unfortunately the food was dreadful. The fillet steak was the size of a small hamburger, the batter on fish was soft and limp, one of the pices of fish seemed like sardine rather than cod, all was served with burnt potato wedges and the mushy peas offered were mashed up frozen peas.
I can only assume the talented chef has left or was on holiday.
We left after the main course, very disappointed and won't be returning.
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