What a lovely proper pub! Just the kind of thing you look for on a chilly but sunny Spring day. There's not much to choose from in the area, but this suited our needs perfectly. We sat down right next to the open fire (a wood burning stove was running in a different part of the pub) and settled in to browse the menu. Having spotted toad in the hole, I didn't want or need to look any further. My husband had a similar experience with the burger. When the food arrived, it looked delicious. The veg that came with my toad in the hole was plentiful and could have easily served 2. Thankfully it lived up to expectation and our watering mouths were rewarded by some really delicious nosh. Averagely priced for decent quality pub food, I thought the portions were really generous, which sadly meant that the pudding menu wasn't explored. If it wasn't for the little 'un being in tow and having a desire to walk up the hill to Symonds Rock, I would have been quite happy to cosy up there all afternoon.
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