We thought we would give this place another try after hearing that they had a new award winning resident chef, (Dai Davies). Called in for lunch, we had to clear the previous occupants dishes before we could sit down. Menu has changed since our last visit, seemed to have improved.Ordered the House honey glazed ham with eggs and chips, and the Hearty Welsh Black beef cawl,together with a pot of tea. We had to ask the waitress for a clean cup as one of ours had a large stained crack in it,not only a health hazard but very off putting and dangerous. A small thing but easy enough to be seen by the person washing up and disposed of.We did not have to wait long for our meals. The cawl was delicious and very filling, but the ham??? it was a large pale pink piece of gammon, sitting in a pool of colourless liquid,it had not been anywhere near a pot of honey, it was tasteless and tough.I don't know what had been done to the eggs but they were hard and very dry.When we made the waitress aware of this she argued quite rudely, I feel that the staff should receive training in how to deal with customers and their complaints. We were very disappointed and will not return or recommend eating here to anyone.
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