Dropped in whilst walking for both food and drink. This place is inviting and warm, this in part due to the log/coal fires they have on the go.
After a pleasant drink on the first day of our 2 days in the area, we decided to return for dinner early evening. Was very quiet but I gather that's normal for a Sunday evening.
Our drinks were the 'bitter' and wines (red and white) and all we savoured was of good quality and well served. But food quality however was mixed. My wifes helpings being the worst consisting of S & K pie due to a 'rock hard' pastry top plus a very bland 'malteser torte'. The best we had being the 'stew and dumplings' with the 'banana, bread and butter' puddings which were good.
As usual, one doe's not like to complain when the 'others' are enjoying there meals therefore, we said nothing. That being said, I see no excuse for an indifferent meal when 'chef is not busy' which was definitely the case when we were there.
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