We were there on a crowded Saturday which probably diminished the charm a bit. The food was solid but nothing special. Tried the turkey dinner. Real carved moist turkey with small portions of non-descript stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy that was rather bland. Good clam chowder. We would recommend the smaller upstairs pub area which seemed less noisy and more intimate than the larger more Victorian styled main dining room. Friendly service though it seemed inconsistent in terms of timing. Either too much attention, or gaps. Perhaps a better bet during the week atmosphere-wise. So we were glad to try it once based on the standing of the place in the town, and it was okay, but less likeable than we anticipated.
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