It is a nice old pub, with an assortment of bars, a garden area and open fires. A reasonable range of beers. The food is less than inspired with a standard Youngs menu with the dishes described on the menu in verbose and flowery terms - is it required to hescribe the topping on a rather thin gammon steak as being a hen's egg, I wasn't expeting it to have come from an ostrich. It was a bad sign that at about 1pm on a Friday there were masses of tables available.
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