We arrived at 14:45 on a Sunday afternoon, having failed to find a free table for lunch at two other pubs that sunny day.
The staff had no problem in allocating us a table but asked us to order before 15:00, when their kitchen would close. We selected the Goats Cheese and Salad with Balsamic Dressing (SP) for starters. On enquiry we were told “SP” stood for “small plate”. For main course we both took the Roast Pork Sunday Dinner. To drink: we had lemonade & lime and a tap water.
The drinks came quickly. My water was with lemon & ice, most refreshing on the first warm day of this year. The cheese dishes came on a normal sized plate with a round, toasted slice of goat’s cheese with a small pile of green leaf salad next to it. The rest of the plate was filled with dressing which the chef had applied in a zigzag pattern, no doubt to fill the plate. It was tasty.
My main course was two small, thinly sliced pieces of pork with roast potatoes, carrots, parsnips, broccoli, cauliflower and leek mixed vegetables. Could have done with more pork and the potatoes had developed leather jackets, probably from being held for a period whilst hot.
The price for two covers: £28.
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