We visited this pub on the spur of the moment to break up a long journey home following a day watching rugby at Twickenham. My husband had found The Lamb some years ago and had enjoyed a meal there, so thanks to his strong sense of direction (and ever-present need for a good meal) we pulled up outside with high expectations on a gloriously sunny evening.
It was busy, with people enjoying drinks on the terrace and many reserved tables inside, but the staff were extremely friendly and accommodating, a table was found for us both inside for dining and outside on the sunny terrace where we relaxed with a good glass of wine. The waitress was attentive and knowledgeable about the menu; our meals arrived after about 25 minutes and we were shown to our table in the dining room/bar area. There were linen napkins and ground salt and pepper pots on scrubbed pine tables, and a happy, busy atmosphere. After our hectic day out we'd opted for the home-made burgers with a variety of accompaniments and were not disappointed; they were delicious and beautifully presented. With coffees to finish, our bill was about £30 which we thought was good value.
We would definitely go there again if passing on the A303 - its about 5 minutes south of here in a picturesque village with plenty of parking opposite.