Yes it is a nice pub and looking out of the window last night we saw a fox walking up the quiet street but I find others comments over rate the H&H. It was quiet when we arrived and the staff are friendly but appear very much to be in the novice group. Asked for Fiery Chicken Wings and got the sweet molasses version! Main courses were OK - biggest portion of beef in red wine in a Yorkshire Pudding (not crisp) ever seen and correctly cooked very rare steak but unimaginative vegetables and chips were not straight out of the fryer. Wine - the wine list was out of date and asking for what they had for a merlot we were shown 2 opened bottles! One late appeared on the bill as a Rioja. The pub had a friendly atmosphere and was full of locals who were having a good evening. But, and it is a but, to say cooked to perfection and delicious - not really. Sensible prices and probably what you would expect in a local pub but in no way outstanding.
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