Good home made food, let down by big queues at the bar and a rather run-down bar area.
The whole bar is in need of a clean and lick of paint - it could be transformed pretty cheaply, but there seems to be a lack of desire to please in the owners. They we understaffed on the evening we visited, with big queues to order food and beer. I saw two groups leave in frustration.
The beer is good and well kept. The food arrived in good time and was tasty - more gastro pub offerings are available at the other pub in the village, but this seemed to be better value.
There seems to be an unused dining room that could and should be used on buys evenings - we visited during school half term times and the place was creaking with the number of visitors.
Dogs welcome in the bar.
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