Traditional 'old school' pub. Good hearty food and drink. Beer lives up to its CAMRA status and wine is very reasonable. Need to book for weekends, but well worth it.
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Warm, cosy and welcoming, Super pint of Guinness and a good selection of table wines. I try to go for lunch at least once a month and it never fails to be enjoyable and the food consistently excellent. Value for money in a setting that's...More
Booked a table for Saturday Night and was not disappointed. Food was fantastic with very large portions \and quant little pub would go again for sure
Having been in previously for a pint we returned for a lunch. I had the chicken in mustard sauce and my wife had a filled jacket potato. Both were well cooked, generous in portion and nicely present. The welcome and service were great and the...More
If you ever wondered what pub use to be like enter this time warp and take a big step back in time! Good beer and the service was not overly done, very basic but worth a visit just to get away from themed pubs!
Popped in here just before Xmas for a lunchtime pint or two. Very nice 'old school pub' with open fire, no music, no sport on TV! Limited lunchtime menu (we didn't eat) but apparently the food is good especially the Sunday lunches. Publiclican was fair...More
I have been coming to this restaurant for years now and the food has never once disappointed. A fairly small but varied menu, portions are spot on and value for money is unrivalled. All lovingly cooked by the landlady, this is the epitome of delicious...More
Make sure you phone and book ahead. For the money you will not get a better steak. Locally sourced meat lovingly prepared and cooked to perfection. You could go in to London and pay in excess of £25 for a steak but why would you...More
Whilst paling through with family we made a quick visit to Fox & Hounds. Nice homely atmosphere spoiled slightly by a grumpy publican! Not a place to visit if you have dirty boots or your children
Nothing like MUDDY BOOTS to upset the Landlord, the polite NO MUDDY BOOTS sign outside the pub is self explaining. Thank you for your input.