Called in for sunday tea yesterday and although it was busy and we didn't book they managed to accomodate us.
There was a good selection from their Sunday menu.
I had fishcakes whilst my partner had the garlic mushrooms. Both were piping hot with plenty of flavour.
John originally ordered the fish and chips however then he saw the pie and changed his mind. The pie was huge with loads of meat - not grissle or fatty bits. Very rustic with homemade pastry and chips. I had the beef sunday lunch and all was gorgeous. The beef was really tender and again, no fatty bits.
We didn't have room for a pudding but we saw a sponge pudding come out and must say we were tempted. We will definately be going again!
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