On 02-3-2011 fenchurch672 said :
"We were told that there was a great local pub in the village, unfortunately this was wildly wide of the mark. We went in through a very uninviting entrance, more like a front door on a private house. The staff were extremely hard to find and when we did it was as if we were invisible for 10 minutes until eventually we got "served". the decor would not be out of place in a trendy city wine bar. In my mind, definately NOT a country pub. No real bar area the tables were all dining tables even though many of the chairs were low armchair type seating. There was no sign of any raport with any locals, and unless you were eating virtually nowhere to sit down. This is not a country pub, I don't even think it should be called a pub, definately more of a bistro.
The beer was pretty reasonable though!"
On 08-3-2010 bigchristoph said :
"I have visited this pub many times and have also eaten here quite a few times.The real ale is very well kept,the food well above average and large portions,so is very good value.The staff are most obliging.The pub itself is old,traditional,quite large with three rooms,it needs them to cope with all the diners.If you visit here,rest assured,you will have an enjoyable time,especially if you like real ale and have a huge appetite.BigChristoph"
On 06-11-2009 girls_night said :
"Have eaten here a few times and never had a bad meal it is one of our girlie night top 10 pubs. The Mortzarella parcels are to die for. Staff friendly and accommodating. We sat next to a group of about 20 girls to our 6 and couldnt hear each other talk they asked if we would like to move into the barn which they opend up especialy for us. Would highly reccommed this pub to anyone great for a romantic meal or fun night out. Does have a lovely garden for the warmer nights and everything is always clean."
On 04-12-2006 ethendras said :
"Had a great meal at this village pub on a sunday evening in early Dec 06. The food was really v.good - huge portions, and well cooked and presented. The menu offers a wide selection of tradional meals from Steak pie to Surf n Turf and the resturant is very comfortable in which to eat. The staff were also friendly. They have a good selection of beer from Adnams to Green King IPA, though i couldn't see anything local. The food is good value for money even though the average price is around £10. The restaurant doesn't open until 7pm. I will be definitely eating at this pub again. The only downside is there's a noisy games machine near the entrance to the restaurant that some of the local kids were playing!"
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