Our table, which we booked in advance, was tucked away in an alcove near the front of the open plan interior. White paint and mirrors added an unusual rather tasteful ambience. So as we felt separate from others in the place, we could at least all look at our own reflections from various angles. The home made minted pea soup, I was assured by my guests, was excellent. My starter was goats cheese and smoked salmon bruschetta and delicious as it was, I think it was actually cheddar cheese but I liked it anyway with its beautifully fresh and well dressed bed of rocket leaves. Good idea that you can order smaller size mains which means you can enjoy starters too without fear of being over faced. My main was sausage and mash. The sausages were slightly tough and chewy but all right. Presentation was very good, elevated from common pub fare and certainly a lot of thought and effort has gone into creating an unusual, creative interior and good pub food. One of my party had lamb and declared it the best he'd ever had. The bill for 4 people for two courses each including 4 drinks and one good coffee was just under 60 quid. I'd go again and a stroll around the village or a more serious walk in the surrounding gorgeous countryside is also highly recommended.
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