Where to start with this place... It felt more like someone's front room than a pub which is a bit disconcerting when you first walk in. The bar had a good selection of wine but there was only bag in box ale on which was very limp and lifeless and they only had one lager (Estrella?) on tap, not ideal for a country pub. Now, the menu; I don't think there is a single corner of the planet that doesn't have some part of its cuisine listed, the menu is extensive to say the least. I started with an avocado, beetroot and blue cheese gratin, which was amazingly good despite sounding like four things that should never grace the same plate. The sweetcorn fritters were also tasty. This was followed by a chicken satay pizza which was again a bizarre concept but good to eat, my fellow diners weren't too sold on whole peanuts on a pizza but it worked for me! The service was a little shaky, one waitress was obviously new to the role as she just stood by the table holding the plate without speaking waiting for someone to claim it, but everyone was pleasant and looked happy to be there. We had a fun evening in an eccentric venue with some quirky food, if only they had some decent beer it would have been five stars!
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