We were staying about a mile along the road at The Inn at Lathones. Fortunately for them The Inn lost out to the Stag due to their excessive wine pricing policy. The Staghead doesn`t look much from the outside, and the frosted windows don`t give much away. I am so glad I took the time to go in to investigate further and ask the pleasant gent behind the bar to see the menu. There is nothing remarkable about the menu except the prices. Usual pub fayre but not cashing in on the tourist trap market. All mains under £9 apart from the steak which was only around £15 with all the trimmings. Instead what they offer is good home cooked food at and exceptional price. We had read previous reviews saying that portions were large so we ordered a bruschetta to share. The bread was toasted to perfection not to hard with sweet piccollo tomatoes dressed in garlic oil and basil. I am salivating whilst typing thinking of how tasty they were. My wife went for the locally landed haddock and I went for the chicken breast done in brandy cream and mushroom. Both portions were huge and I am so glad we only shared a starter. We had 1 starter, 2 mains, 1 side, 2 pints and 2 wines and only came to around £36. The patron came to our table and gave us 10% off our next visit. I`m sorry mr patron we will pay full price. You deserve it! Nothing was a problem for them either, was too quiet when we went in so we asked for some background music which we got. Also our server, never got her name was very friendly but not overbearing. If you are in the area try this old coach house out! I can`t wait to again.
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