We came here with my brother, nephew and his girlfriend for saturday lunch. Lovely interior I thought, in a nice village setting. Plenty of parking but it did fill up as its a popular place.
We had no starters and went straight for the mains. So many looked nice, bangers and mash, chilli, ribs, burgers. The menu was huge I have to say, if you can find something you're fussy. I went for the steak steam pudding with mash and peas. The dish was lovely, a slight issue was some of the meat chunks were fatty which was disappointing as they were the last two chunks I had. Anyway, the steam suet was lovely, bit of a crust on the base which I liked. A thick gravy and lots of it inside. Piping hot. Great mash, minty peas, box well and truly ticked. The burger looked very nice as did the bangers and mash. Service was slow but cannot fault the food. I live far away but I think I'd make a special visit or detour with my brother who lives in the area. Highly recommend and will visit again.
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