We eat here on Easter Saturday afternoon. The place was busy, and the staff seemed to be overworked. We were told that there was a 45 minute wait for food. We weren’t in a rush, so we decided to stay. We just about managed to find a table.
The young guy who served us was very polite, to his credit, a rarity I find these days. There were, however a couple of niggles with the order. One of the drinks a lime and soda water came to us as a glass of soda, and a glass of tap water. This was rectified by the server. My partner wasn’t asked which sauce she required on the two way burger, and my Mom asked for the light bite steak and ale pie, but received, and was charged for the full meal.
Because the pub was busy and the young server was so polite, we didn’t say anything about this. Although some of my fries were slightly over cooked, I was allowed an extra egg, instead of the pineapple, which suited me. The gammon was superb, the best I have tasted in as long as I can remember. It cut so easily, and was tasty and juicy, with not one bit of gristle. I was very surprised.
The other two meals we had were more than adequate as pub food. All in all, very good. Would’ve been a 5 star review, if I was just rating the gammon.
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