We booked a table at this pub as friends were visiting and we wanted to go somewhere that did a nice Sunday lunch. The reviews on Trip Advisor were really good so we gave it a try. When we arrived we discovered a nice, cosy pub which had a lovely fire going. The people we were with had a couple of games of pool at a table which was in the bar area before we ordered lunch. The choice was limited to what was on the blackboard rather than the menu that we had seen on the website so initially I was a bit concerned, but the choice was good and most people seemed to be going for the Sunday lunch. We were a table of 11 and some had roast beef and some lamb. Others ordered lasagne, fish cakes and jacket potatoes. The food took a little time to come but we were updated by the friendly waitresses that it was because of the jacket potatoes being cooked. When the roasts arrived the meat was already plated together with stuffing, gravy and lovely homemade Yorkshire pudding. The vegetables and roast potatoes came separately so we could serve ourselves. The jacket potatoes came with a good sized salad garnish as did the lasagne and fish cakes which also came with a generous portion of chips. I had the roast beef which was delicious. The selection of vegetables were cooked perfectly, not soggy, and the roast potatoes were homemade and wonderfully crisp on the outside. Mint sauce and horseradish sauce were provided without the need to ask. The person who had the fish cakes said they were the best he'd had. The prices were really reasonable with each person paying £10 each which left a £10 tip. Would certainly recommend to those looking for a well cooked Sunday lunch at a reasonable price.