We'd heard good things about this so drive out. It's got enough parking and easy find, but on arrival I was confused. There are two restaurants here:The pub and a pizzeria. We weren't sure if it was service at the bar or waited tables. Eventually two staff members standing at a podium thing deemed it appropriate to cease giggling and talk to us. Short wait at the bar was stressful as it was all a bit chaotic with staff sniping at each other and no semblance of order or control.
The food was lovely, a really excellent Sunday roast (£10.50 each), we had the pork and the lamb and the mushy peas were a nice unexpected touch. We didn't have a dessert (around £5) as we were quite full from the good sized meals, but they looked great, the table next to is really enjoyed theirs. Perhaps I'm too used to the formula of modern restaurants, but I noted nobody checked we were happy with our meals halfway through.
We had to beg to pay and on leaving, not a single staff member said goodbye. The staff are clearly unhappy working there bit the food was excellent. We wouldn't go back on a Sunday, as we guess this busier day explains the staff. Couldn't fault the food though.
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