Nice traditional pub meal, went for three courses and left feeling pleasantly full.
The starter was nice, I went for olives, bread and dipping oil. The olives were lovely but the bread was pretty standard, could have done with being a nice fresh crusty bread rather than sliced seeded bread but it was ok.
The lasagna was served with salad and garlic bread which was really nice because I really don't see chips as a necessary addition to a pasta dish, perfect meal for me!
The treacle tart was immense and reminded me of my childhood, perfect flavour and served with double cream...YUM!
The guy serving us was friendly and welcoming on entering the pub and maintained the same level throughout the evening.
Overall it was a pleasant evening and I would go back there again especially if I have a hankering for pub food!
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