Went one Saturday night with family - it was fully booked, so obviously a popular place, so we didn't eat till 9pm.
The 'pub' was a traditional British pub, so no complaints there.
The restaurant menu was, in my opinion, way to large. All the items had a number and the 'fried rice' that I ordered as an accompaniment was number 208!!
The menu informed that we couldn't smoke in there, but could do so in the bar! Maybe they need to re-write it a little.
Once in the restaurant, we were amused by the rather quaint mix of Thai decoration along with traditional English 'country' stuff.
The food was nice. Nothing stunning, reasonably priced and presented.
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