Managed to eat outside in the last of the warm weather, and unlike pubs with beer gardens, this outside space really is an extension of the restaurant inside. Excellent service to the table and a very high standard of food and interesting menu. It's way more than a gastropub. However, it doesn't get 5 stars from me because it's also way more expensive than a gastropub - I knew this before I went having seen the menu online, so it's not really a criticism, but for me, the VFM wasn't quite there for a steak and chips. Do recommend though.
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