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This is a pub well worth a visit. Draft beer at £3.30 a pint that's always good. No dogs or screaming children and the place is always welcoming. The bar staff are friendly and, as others have commented before, Anthony is a great host making...More
Anthony the land Lord here pretends to go glass collecting and then makes everyone he chats to feel welcome with his quirky humour. A great range of beers and quality gin range. This is an old fashioned pub with no entertainment or loud music just...More
Called in today it was very busy but we managed to get seated warm old fashioned atmosphere as it was armistice day we could take grandchildren in thank you for that my late father in law used to work here when they brought tound a...More
Called in here on a Monday early evening and were lucky to park the car! It was so popular and busy. The queue to place the order was a bit disorganised but worth the wait. The shared seafood platter to start was absolutely delicious. Had...More
Very friendly atmosphere. Beer is fantastic. Mine host Antony is a lovely chap and keeps a good cellar. Prices are good too! Cross Daggers is great for a Sunday lunchtime visit. My husband enjoys it too. Roast potatoes all round! Brilliant.
Been a fair few times and enjoyed the quiz on a Monday. Smallish drink selection reminiscent, very traditional. Added bonus, there's no kids about. On street parking only, which can be be difficult finding a space on a Monday evening when its a full house.