This review covers two or three recent visits there, and seems consistent at least. As has been mentioned by other reviewers, some of the decor is a little tired, and the landlord isn't overly jovial. If this doesn't bother you, then the real fires and traditional pub charm should win you over. The menu is old style pub fayre, and done very well. Prices are very reasonable, both for food and wine. Other staff are very pleasant, as you tend to meet them all as you have to go into the kitchen to order! Slightly odd, but your food is brought to the table at least, then pop back into the kitchen to pay... Don't expect a refurbished chain restaurant, do expect good portions of home made food at a reasonable price. Real ales are kept well, didn't try the whiskey selection but there certainly appear to be plenty to choose from. Great for meat eaters especially but our vegetarian has enjoyed it very much on each occasion!
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