The modernisation of this eatery has been done very well, and we enjoyed sitting in the conservatory area facing the main street. The beef and ale pie was fantastic, really rich and tasty and came with a small assortment of veg. The chicken breast was moist and tasty (although it didn't look it) and was similarly accompanied by nice veg. There was a good selection of wine and beers, and we were very fortunate to be visiting on a night when live music, of a very high standard, was on. It was surprisingly quiet, which is a great shame as it throughly deserves to be better patronised, although many people will likely to be drawn to the older fashioned, dare I say traditional, attractions of other places in te village. Give it a try, and you will probably be very pleasantly surprised.
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