This is a great pub which has a good range of well kept beers (Dave Day wouldn't have it any other way), and the addition of the Thai Kitchen (now called Keng's instead of Magg's) was a very welcome one. I've eaten there many times and have never been disappointed. The same goes for everyone I've eaten there with. This is authentic Thai cooking at it's best, and rivals any other Thai meal I've had anywhere in the country. Yes it's a pub setting rather than a restaurant, but don't let that put you off. The pub is very friendly, and the service is excellent.
From the starters, the Isaan Sausage, and spicy Squid come highly recommended. The squid is certainly spicy, and delicious. From the main courses, the Pad Thai noodles are as good as I've had anywhere, the Thai Currys are excellent, and my latest favourite is Keng's Flying Duck which is fantastic value for money and includes a surprisingly large portion of duck. Bloomin' lovely!
All washed down with one (or more) of a large selection of lagers or real ales, you just can't go wrong.
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