We popped in here on a canoe trip down the Wye. The pub is a short walk up the road, and has a garden at the back with some tables with umbrellas. There were a couple of real ales on tap, which were served by a barman who was polite enough but not exactly welcoming. We cleared our own table of dirty crockery since they were clearly quite busy (for such a small place).
There was quite a wait for food, but we were warned of this before ordering. We enjoyed the garden whilst waiting, and had it to ourselves when the food arrived around 45 mins later.
The food was disappointing, frankly. The burger and the fish and chips were both fine, though the tomatoes served as a garnish to the burger were almost green they were so unripe. The cheese sandwich was OK.
The lamb and the Thai vegetable curry were both really meagre.
There were a couple of nice rooms in the bar, with some comfy sofas. The establishment had a sort of shabby chic feel to it, but more shabby than chic. I can see how it would appeal for a drink on a summer or winter day, but the food is clearly pretty hit and miss, and a bit pricey.
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