We were staying nearby and decided to eat here on our first night in the area. What struck us as odd was that there were very few people in the bar or restaurant even though it was mid August and the area was full of holidaymakers. The menu is quite varied with a special board ering towards fish dishes when we visited. My wife chose the warn duck salad whilst I had the rainbow trout from the specials board. My wifes dish had a generouse helping of perfectly cooked duck complimented by fresh sald and new potatoes. My whole trout was also perfectly cooked and was accompanied by new potatoes and fresh vegetables also perfectly cooked. Service was efficient although we were presented with the wrong bill afterwards, but this was quickly rectified. Two cask beers were on offer, but I have to say that the Reverend James I had was not the best kept I had tasted and it was overpriced, particularly when compared to the ale at the Stag around the corner which was over a pound per pint cheaper. A good meal let down by a poor ambience.
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