We enjoyed a lovely Sunday lunch in this small, cosy pub. I'm not a big meat eater but I must say I ate all my beef as it was so well cooked and fell apart so easily, I loved it. Nice vegetables & gravy too. The only minus point was that we were at the first table on the Ieft in the dining room, close to the kitchen. Just after we had finished out main apparently the outside kitchen door was opened by the staff. A cold draft came in and it was not very nice were we were sitting. I mentioned it to the girl but nothing changed so we decided to go and forget about having a desert as we had planned. Would go back though as the lunch was top but would ask for a table in the bar.
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