Not bad. We Popped in for lunch. The menu was well balanced. I had a ham hock terrine that needed more toast. Sarah had a decent salt cod fish cake. My pheasant main was excellent as we're her bangers and mash although apparently the gravy was too sweet. The beer was good but there were only 2 bitters on offer. The bar area was refreshingly untouched and the dining area was in a simply converted old outbuilding. The garden looked promising for Summer. The service was OK if a little robotic although there was a long wait for the bill. I sensed the neighbouring table was having a less satisfactory experience.
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