This is definitely a pub first, and a place to eat second, but all the better for it. The food was clearly homecooked and very, very tasty. I had a steak and ale pie which was fantastic with huge bowls of veg on the side. Only downside was the measly bowl of chips we were given to share between the seven diners present, but a relatively minor quibble on what was otherwise an excellent meal.
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