We are local and this is closer than The Charles Napier - we have eaten here 3 times over the last 30 months and the decline is marked as it is in the Good Pub Guide. Something is not good enough to attract sufficient foodies to what is a remote and difficult to get to location to make this a viable proposition to sustain a really good kitchen. The last meal I had here and the last meal I'll ever have here was not good; the over-ripe, if not sulphuric, brie caused a problem which I will not describe for decencies sake. So a great place for a beer in summer when the outside allows a vision of a bucolic idyll, but don't go just for the food. With the Napier, The Hand and Flowers and the Nags Head in a reasonable circumference why would you?
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