It's a nice enough pub, especially when the sun is shining. I've not eaten here in ages but thought i would give it a try for sunday lunch yesterday. The food was decent enough, though the potatoes were a poor excuse for roasties (it's so rare for a pub/restaurant to get this right so they're far from alone). No, the main gripe and why i wouldn't have sunday lunch there again was that the food and gravy was lukewarm at best when it arrived. The plate had not been warmed up at all, and maybe it had been sitting on a counter somewhere after being dished up but a few minutes after they arrived both my chicken and my friend's beef dinner had gone completely cold - sloppy!
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