We had read very mixed reports about this place so unsure what to expect. We needn't have worried the food and service were excellent.
It is tiny but full of atmosphere, stone floors, open fire, genuine oak beams.
We both ordered their famous steak and ale pies with chips, peas and gravy. These were served very promptly by a a pleasant cheerful lady. They were the best steak and ale pies ever. Packed ful of melt in the mouth beef. We asked for extra gravy and 2 minutes later a jug arrived at our table.
Deserts were quite nice. My pana cotta was a bit solid but very tasty. Hubbies sticky toffee pudding was light and delicious.
All in all lovely meal with excellent service. Will return if we visit this area again.
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