We have visited the Plough on a couple of occasions and have nothing but praise for its menu which majors on local produce from both land and sea. The dishes on offer are not the usual fare one might expect in a country pub and the absence of a "chips with everything" culture much to its credit. One can follow a traditional path or try something unusual - from e.g. the tapas selection or even experience a tagine of goat meat. There is ususally an excellent soup - (French onion when we last called) and the beer is kept in top condition. Last but not least, the service is friendly and the decor tastefully "interesting".
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