After being regular customers at the old Ley Inn we were looking forward to trying the place after the big refurb and change of hands. The old place certainly needed a facelift, which the new owners have provided, but unfortunately I left feeling a little underwhelmed.
Although the interior looks much better, there were a few hitches, with quite a few of the main courses and beers being unavailable. The service was friendly but a bit slow. We had to wait the best part of an hour to get our main course....and the place certainly wasn't busy. To be honest though, all this could be put down to the fact it was the end of a busy opening weekend, but one issue that can't is the pricing.
With fish and chips costing over £12 and a pint of lager £4:20 it certainly ain't cheap. The food was nice enough but certainly not worthy of the price tag.
To put it bluntly - if you want to pay £12 for your main there are better places you could go. It'll be interesting to see how long the new owners stick with the current pricing structure. Personally I would say "nice pub but need to rethink the prices".
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