I popped in with a group of friends during the last Saturday in January. Service was great, and the beer, Malvern Hills Black Pear, was one of my favourites served in good condition. Two of us had some tapas to share. These included: calamari (the batter was too thick); a chicken and chorizo skewer (excellent and tasty); pitta and hummus (not enough pitta) and crispy pork (excellent). We also had a few chips. These were a decent set of snacks, but they weren't perfect, and the portions were a bit small for the price. One of my friends had a beef sandwich, which he enjoyed, but the bread was very thin and disintegrated. He thought that his sandwich cost easily £1 more than it should have done. If the food was cheaper, it would merit four stars. I would also have awarded 4 stars had the calamari been in tempura batter, and had I not run out of pitta, which is too cheap to scrimp on.
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