Staying nearby at local gust house so only a 5 minutes walk away was this welcoming hostelry. It was Friday early evening, we sat down and was looked after by our young friendly waitress. We ordered drinks, then food my wife had chickpea curry at £7.99, I had the beef and ale pie with chips and vegetables at £8.99, 2 for £15 so discounted £1.98. We had desserts, strawberry sponge pudding with custard at £3.95 and caramel apple pie and custard at £4.75. All this was delicious and plentiful washed down with drinks in this friendly village restaurant.
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