First time visit to the Triton for Sunday lunch and not dissapointed.
We had not booked but managed a table straight away, as it was after the peak Sunday lunch time (15.30) How refreshing that a pub serves Sunday lunch until 19.30
The soup was obviously home made, hot, wholesome and very tasty.
Had the beef for main course. The veg was piping hot (broccoli, carrot & cauliflower, with new and roast pots) The Yorkshire pudding was lovely and the beef, well the beef was simply delicious. I cannot remember such a piece of tasty tender, melt in the mouth bovine before!
Passed on a pudding, as was too full.
Represents good value for money too.
The only slight downsides were that the bread roll served with the soup was cold and the gravy, although very tasty, left a slight greasy film on the lips.
Would definately recommend and will return.
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