Hadn't been here for a very long time and it has completely changed from a small pub to a modern two level bar/terrace and restaurant with large plate glass windows. Went with my daughter and wife for a Sunday lunch on her birthday. Lovely pre-lunch drink in the sunshine on the terrace over the river whilst we waited for a window table to become available which was only a few minutes and the waitress came upstairs to tell us. Had the Sunday roast beef which looked a tad expensive but found it was two pieces of fillet steak rather than the fatty slices you are often given in pubs. Wine was reasonably priced. Shared two slightly unusual delicious desserts which again looked pricey but we shared between the three of us. Although the parking is restricted there is a public car park just along the road which is 50p for 3 hours and you get a stroll by the side of the famous Boulters lock. Will visit again to try the bar meals and I have already recommended it to someone. A delightful lunch enhanced by the river.
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