Lovely old pub with traditional furnishings in bar and dining room, real ales, tasty food and seats in garden
Good Pub Guide Recommended
There's a happy mix of people drinking and dining at this pretty thatched village pub and log fires in each room help create a warm and relaxed atmosphere, all helped along by the friendly licensees. The three rooms are more-or-less open-plan with heavy-set moulded Tudor beams and timbers, a mix of burgundy cushioned stools, nice old dining chairs and settles in the friendly bar and wooden dining chairs and tables on red-patterned carpet in the dining room; framed prints of the pub too. Greene King IPA and Old Speckled Hen and a couple of guests such as Timothy Taylors Landlord and Titanic Best Bitter on handpump and a dozen wines by the glass. A well tended lawn at the back has seats and tables, a covered dining area and a play area for children.
Good Pub Guide Food
Popular food includes lunchtime sandwiches and wraps, deep-fried whitebait with tartare sauce, lamb samosas with mint and yoghurt dressing, honey-roast ham with egg or pineapple, a pie of the day, leek and cheese tart, cod loin with pea pesto, a curry of the day, and puddings such as cherry bakewell tart and sticky toffee pudding with ice-cream; the last Monday of the month is curry night, there's an OAP lunch menu (Monday-Friday) and take-away choices (Monday-Thursday 6-9pm).
Good Pub Guide Information
in: Dogs Bar