It is rare these days to find a place that works equally as well as a place to go and have few drinks with your mates as it does a place to eat, but the heaving bar and the less crowded but no less popular restaurant argues that the Eliot Arms has done just that. The menu is comprised of everything that you might expect from a solid country pub, plus a few things you might not. You can turn up and eat in the bar or you can book and eat in the restaurant, which is what we did. At first we thought we might be in for a bit of a wait, given that there was only one waitress serving, but all credit to her and the crew in the kitchen everything arrived promptly. The food was the way I like it – free from drizzling and all that novella cuisine cobblers. It was hot, tasty and plentiful. One starter and two mains along with a beer each came in at around £40. Excellent.
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