Our cycling club visited the Round of Gras for the annual Christmas do, and then went back as we were so impressed with the food. It is good honest pub food which is above average. The carvery is delicious and has a great variety of vegetables to go with your roast.
It has a varied menu and the staff are polite, helpful and quick. We wanted to know where the name came from, the asparagus pictures gave us a clue, and the staff were keen to share the history. There are little booths and lots of coves where you can get away from it all. It is bright and well lit.
There is an excellent specials board.
This has now become a regular stop for us when we want good honest fare.
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