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3/5
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Visited weekday lunchtime in April when the pub was quite busy. Lovely old fashioned pub in a nice Hertfordshire village near the Aylesbury Arm of the Grand Union Canal in an area which is very popular with walkers. Plenty of seating inside plus a large rear garden with tables and a few seats outside at the front. The pub seemed dog friendly as there was one in the bar area during our visit.

Three ales were on offer - Doom Bar, Side Pocket for a Toad from the local Tring Brewery and an ale I had never tried before, Newtons Drop from Oldershaw Beers in Lincolnshire. The friendly barmaid offered me 'a taster' of Newtons which I then ordered and enjoyed this well-kept best bitter with a not-to bitter taste.

Good value food is available from noon to 3pm with 'pub type' main courses all under £10 and a large of selection sandwiches and panini's served with a side salad priced between £5 to £6. We chose a prawn and mayonnaise sandwich, a bacon and Brie sandwich plus a side order of chips which were particularly good. Worth a visit.

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