A lovely picturesque pub. The initial welcome was not great. The young bar man was less than welcoming and was less than efficient at pouring a pint. The landlady was also quite brusque at first but did eventually mellow over the time we were there
The food was excellent, though top end of pub lunch prices, and we waited a long time for it. The waiter was a bit disorganised, asked if we wanted condiments, then never bought them
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