We'd heard a couple of good comments for the food but it's taken a long time to return to this potentially fabulous village pub which has always had a great atmosphere despite! The takeover initially didn't work after loud boasts, and it was apparently painted bright blue which completely put my husband off entering. However, they have now got it right. Great staff - immediate eye contact in the busy bar during happy hour, and friendly 'bubbly' service throughout; fabulous menu - limited but perfect 'bistro' selection tempted us to stay and we weren't disappointed other than that more people weren't sampling Friday night delight. Diffiicult choice between cassoulet and calves liver but boullabaise recommended didn't disappoint. Absolutely spot on, and don't miss out on the delicious bread. Decor now a refined Georgian blue, with tasteful chandeliers and quirky extras though I do wish the fire had been lit! Will definitely go again; we all need to support the local country pubs more during these difficult times!
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