Two of us visited on a Thursday lunchtime having come across this pub purely by chance an hour or so earlier for a drink. At £7.25 for a pint of beer and a tonic water I thought the drinks were expensive but everything else was good so we returned for lunch. This is an old cotswold stone building which is beautifully laid out inside. It was a very hot day so we chose to have lunch in the rear gardens which are partly paved. Wysteria, lavender and other plants make this garden courtyard a beautiful setting.
My friend had fish and chips and I chose the pork loin with creamed potato and we shared a dessert. The food was nicely presented, beautifully cooked and a reasonable priced.
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