Looking at the menu upfront, you can easily discern the only two drawbacks of the Rickety Press - it's not cheap, and the menu is rather short. However, my meals at the Rickety Press have not only been excellent but really consistently excellent, every time. You can be confident that whatever you order will be delicious - I stake my reputation on it.
The service is charmingly informal, offered by friendly and polite young people in crisp linen who are bright and attentive. The interior is warm and welcoming, tasteful and quite unpretentious - a modern post-Pinterest interpretation of farm kitchen rustic with stacks of logs, piles of mysterious old books and little glasses of wildflowers. The beer and wine is excellent and the dramatically inventive desserts change frequently.
This is always my foolproof choice for a celebration, they don't disappoint. The only drawback I should mention is that if you go when it's very busy you might end up at a slightly less conventional seating arrangement which can be a little tricky, but this is of course true of most pubs with popular food. Could not recommend more highly.
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