Lovely local village pub which is endeavouring to be a fantastic restaurant. The balance between something for the locals and some thing for the discerning foodie is still conflicting a little not because the food isn't excellent but the decor is simple although clean (the ladies could do with some extra touches of luxury), and this didn't work for me. We had rustic bread and salmon, cannot fault either in terms of fresh ingredients or taste both were excellent. Good wine options and the host clearly knows his stuff here. Service was good. The locals adding a touch of camaraderie for before or after dinner. Overall I would say really good, but missing something that makes it amazing. Would definitely eat here again.
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