Good food though limited opening hours is a pain with dinner served from 6-8. Consequently there is a bit of a rush to order at 6 which detracts a little. The bar is well located but has the usual awful horse racing and betting on the TV which is a put off for anyone not male and under 50. Why do bars insist on putting this rubbish on the Telly, I can’t think it brings in that much business esp during school holidays with loads of out of town families in. Bound to spend more if the environment was more welcoming.
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