Good Pub Guide

Good Pub Guide Food

Bar food times: 12 - 2.30 (3 Sat) , 6 - 9; 12 - 3.30, 7 - 9 Sun

Interesting food includes ham terrine with red onion jam, smoked haddock fishcake with chowder, butternut squash, chive and pecorino risotto, a pie of the week, beer-battered fish with triple-cooked chips, pork chops with black pudding mash and apple purée, gressingham duck breast with shitake mushrooms and thyme and banana shallot, and puddings such as vanilla pannacotta with berries and warm chocolate brownie.

Good Pub Guide Information

Awards

Good pub guide approved
Good pub
guide approved
Wine Award
Wine Award

Information

Cask Ales
Cask Ales
Dogs allowed in: Dogs Anywhere
Dog allowed
in: Dogs Anywhere
Piped Music
Piped Music
Meals and Snacks
Meals and Snacks
Credit Cards
Credit Cards

Rating and Comments

3/5
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A stroke of luck took us here and we really landed on our feet. Good beer, lovely coffee and by far the best devilled kidneys on toast I've ever had - a big pile of them in a lovely sauce. It's well worth a visit.
This is a charming country pub in a quiet village location just outside Marlborough. The decor is excellent having been tastefully upgraded. The menu offers a choice of dishes of a good standard, there is terrace outside with comfortable seating and also a garden area with the more traditional wooden tables. I often take my 88 year old mother (who lives in Marlborough) there for lunch.
We were astonished that this pub offered no vegetarian meals and that there were no specials on the dining board which resulted in a very basic pub dining range on the menu. Certainly this was not one to write home about.

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