I was disappointed and suprised to see adverse comments about the Stag in September and October. This may have coincided with the change of chef - but I would not be sure. Nigel the Landlord and his team are smart, very charming and attentive which enables you to enjoy a gently relaxed atmosphere. The menu is nicely varied and the dishes very tasty and imaginative. Try the goats cheese brulee as a starter, it is new on the menu and it is delicious. If you have enough room, I am told that the chocolate brownie is 'memorable'. The wine list is also affordable and cleverly balanced between New and Old World. Clearly the result of the advertised regular wine tasting evenings and dinners. The locals obviously enjoy their wine!
A lovely evening much enjoyed. Come on the summer when you can get out into the garden to enjoy a cold glass of Rose before the meal. I cannot wait to return in any case. Thank you
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