We had Sunday lunch here today. Very good menu including three roasts, three fish dishes and a vegetarian option. The Roast Beef was excellent with al dente vegetables, roast and new potatoes and a superb Yorkshire Pudding. others had the plaice and a multi fish Thermidor which they really enjoyed. My partner said the plaice was just "melt in the mouth". We had been told that the portions were large so had avoided the starters. My mother asked for an 'old persons portion' and that was no problem to them. The puddings were equally good. Textures of Rhubarb included a brûlée, stewed pieces and a crumble; I enjoyed a selection of 5 excellent and varied cheeses and I finished off my mum's meringue (with sloe gin, raspberries and cream) which was lovely. Good selection of beers and wines. Main and pudding averaged around £20 per head. This is very much a pub rather than a restaurant and I had to order our meals at the bar (even with a reserved table). Very friendly staff and quite laid back service so no rush with the meal (I suppose if you were In a hurry you may think the service rather slow) which was good on a Sunday afternoon. Seriously considering going back in a couple of months with a family group for my 60th birthday. Booking recommended and take your time over the meal. Surroundings pleasant enough, quite a it of space, and they turned the music down when asked to do so by those on the neighbouring table. Hard to fault the place.
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