This is a lovely pub. A really friendly welcome from all the staff, great atmosphere and furnishings, and first class food. The walls are absolutely plastered with old theatre posters, from Scarborough, which will make an interesting trip down memory lane for those who can remember the artists on them, they do go back many years.
The food though is the real attraction, nice starters although the squid tempura was a little chewy, but the main courses were terrific, a massive pork chop with blue cheese, pickled apple and walnuts for one of us, an equally large chicken breast stuffed with goats cheese on a bed of wilted spinach and roast beetroot. After a starter and main course, along with the warm bread and butter, absolutely no room for pudding.
On the way out we picked up their leaflet for accommodation, bed and breakfast and self contained cottages, and would have no hesitation in booking either, simply on the basis of the standard the pub is operating at.
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