This pub, is a 15 minute walk from Great Longstone, situated on a busy (ish) road, within real pavement/ embankment to walk on (so be careful)
It is a very traditional looking pub, and was bustling when we arrived around 6pm on a Friday in early July, although they were busy the head waitress managed to squeeze us in (they gave us a place in the beer garden at the back
I had the pork belly with mustard mash £15, and my partner and son, had the sausages and mash £12, the portions of all the food were above average and the taste was exceptional.
My partner had ice cream for pudding, my son had the sticky toffee pudding with cream, and I had Bakewell tart and ice cream (£6 for the puddings and £1 for the ice cream) again very tasty.
Dad’s try the the Brother Rabbit IPA £3:95
Altogether very impressive no wonder this pub, consistently gets high ratings on Tripadvisor
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