We ate in the bar area as the restaurant was fully booked but it was a nice table overlooking the bowling green outside at the back. We were served promptly and husband had soup to start which he thought was fine. We ordered a roast chicken and beef Sunday roasts and these were on the whole very good. The chicken was absolutely delicious, lots of flavour and very tender. It came with roast potatoes and vegetables in their own little mini pans. The Yorkshire pud was huge but either hadn't been put in a hot enough tray or was too big as it was crisp and dark on the top but raw and doughy on the bottom. My husband enjoyed the beef but it was a little rare for his personal taste. Otherwise, all good. The fellow followed up with the cheese plate which was nicely presented with grapes, onion chutney and a selection of biscuits. Service was polite and attentive but we had to ask twice for tap water for the table. Price was very reasonable as husband's meal was a set price for three courses.
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