It's one of the old dames of Forbes and might have been good 100 years ago, but now you step into the usual carpeted pub interior with people watching tv. Staff were very friendly but slow and disorganised, and the patrons are even slower. There is a token beer garden with mostly high tables. The main menu is a short list of pub standards. I had a schnitzel and it may have been processed and packaged, with bland batter that just fell off. It did have a pile of fresh veges and some decent chips though. There are however numerous specials boards, including one in the foyer rather than the bar, and I saw a Vandenburger, a steak sandwich, and a barramundi come out and all looked better than what I got.
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