We were rather aprenhsive about trying this pub, bearing in mind the past history of this establishment, but were pleasently surprised.
Three of us arrived for an early Sunday lunch.
We were immediately shown to our table and after a short wait ordered our drinks.
We then ordered our foood and promptly joined the queue for the Sunday roast.
A nice choice of rare roast beef, turkey and a gammon joint with a good selection of freshly cooked vegetables which included crispy roast potatoes - lovely.
All very nice, no complaints regarding the food.
Perhaps he young waiters could have been more aware that food dropped on the floor by babies in high chairs, (and there were lots) should have been cleared away as soon as possible and not left on the floor for new customers to walk over.
We were of the opinion that it was all very nice, but the waiters although attentive were possibly a bit slow.
We will try again - not too sure when !!
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