We went as a family group - four adults and two small children - after looking at reccomendations on Tripadvisor. This pub lived up to the reviews for visitors to town looking for a good lunch.
Fooled by the wintry sunshine the only downside was that we chose to sit outside as we couldn't find a table for six indoors. The food selection was much as expected though slightly pricy by our normal standards, but the quality was very good. I had probably one of the largest (and nicest) serving of fish and chips I've had in a while! The rest of our group stuck with the pies, which seemed excellent, especially the steak and guinness, which was a daily special. Being outside did mean the food cooled too quickly, which slightly impacted our enjoyment.
The setting itself is lovely in the old traditional building off a square near the middle of town. It would be a wonderful place to dine in the summer / on a warmer day.