This is my local whilst in Lincoln. It's a Greene King pub, which in my opinion puts it at a disadvantage when it comes to choice of beers: Greene King brews the plainest IPA I've ever come across. They did have Yorkshire Blonde on the pump today, which was fine.
Roast beef Sunday lunch with beer came to £11 each which is ok value. The food was cooked competently, but not interestingly. Veggies were all plain boiled, neither overdone nor underdone, but nothing further added: not seasoned or buttered or roasted. Roast potatoes were perfectly edible, but neither crisp on the outside nor fluffy on the inside. The large Yorkshire pudding with gravy was decent. Overall, this was the standard of a good quality school dinner, but in 2013 it's pretty old skool to find it in a pub.
The service was courteous and the food was served promptly.
There's nothing offensive to report but in future I'll pass this place by and stretch my legs the short extra distance to Bailgate.
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