A nice little pub, quite cosy. Very eclectic decor, everything from farming equipment (fitting considering the name) to Oriental, Irish (the owners' being Irish) and various other nik naks. The staff seemed friendly and when I asked to change my cutlery because the fork was dirty they were more than happy to oblige immediately.We had intended to try something from the extensive pie menu because they all sounded delicious but in the end opted for the specials. Hubby had fish and I had pork. Both very nice - not the largest of portions but tasty all the same. One thing that did make us giggle was the poor waitress, one of the other patrons enquired as to the kinds of mustard that were available......she replied.....'um, yellow paste'. Bless her. I'd certainly pop in again if we are passing, determined to try one of the pies, if they are as good as they sound may even purchase some from the shop to take home. By the way, its not owned by Phil Vickery lol
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