Our 2nd visit in 2 weeks and after 4 years of having our caravan in the area we don't know why we haven't tried this place before! 2 excellent Sunday lunches & desserts. Lovely, quaint village pub with a very pleasant outside seating area. A warm welcome from friendly staff & service with a genuine smile. The Sunday lunches & homemade desserts are served in very generous portions! The only issue with 2nd visit is that we were seated at a table with the constantly in use kitchen door inches away on one side and access to the toilets on the other. It was a small corner with L shaped bench seating which felt like we were squashed into and we were both knocking knees whilst eating our food. The place was extremely busy, as I expected, but I spent most of my time ducking to the right in fear of the kitchen door hitting me every time it swung open. All in all, with the added shouting & usual noise from kitchen right next to us it didn't make for a very comfortable, relaxing dining experience, it was like eating in Piccadily station! We wouldn't be put off eating here again as the food & service is faultless but will hopefully be seated at any other table to enjoy the relaxing atmosphere & our meals in this lovely quaint old village pub.
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