Standard average pub. It's nice that they use a lot of local ingredients which is mirrored in the drinks menu.
However, the prices really are high for standard pub grub, and the soft drinks prices even moreso; and it missed out a bit here and there.
An example is the fish and chips that I ordered, it said with "proper" tartare sauce...what that meant was actually pre-made mayo with cut up bits of capers, dill and gerkins in it (it was not very nice so I left it), thats not what Id call proper tartare sauce, when I make it at home I start by making my own mayo not getting it out of a jar! The "proper" mayo was some shop bought horrible white stuff which was inedible. It doesn't matter how many fresh ingredients you add to it, it is still based on rubbish from a jar!
Don't bother, there are much better, and much better value eateries in the area serving proper food.
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