We had lunch at this pub whilst helping my son and daughter in law move in to a cottage in the village. We received a very warm welcome from the staff and had a table in the restaurant. On this Sunday lunchtime there were several families with children enjoying lunch. The menu is interesting and varied with several 'shared' specials. I had plaice shrimps and samphire which was delicious and my husband enjoyed roast pork. The wine and beer were both enjoyable. The service was friendly and prompt. I think this is likely to be the first of many visits.
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