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Review by J.Barchou on 24th February, 2016

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Visited, with daughter and dog, today.Friendly atmosphere - food excellent value. Nicely presented. Very enjoyable part of my day. No hesitation in recommending venue to friends.

Date visited: 24-02-16

Review by Eamonn on 28th January, 2009

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A real proper olde world village pub well kept beer served by very courteous staff. Excellent food freshly prepared especially the sunday roast's. the food is a bit expensive for what it is. On a summers afternoon,nothing better than sitting outside on the village green watching the world go by. Note: on the 1st sunday of every month there is a classic car meet where you will see some of this countrys finest classics

Date visited: 01/12/2008

Review by Richard Harris on 3rd September, 2008

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Friendly pub on village green - good choice of meals freshly prepared - very good service and not expensive. Specials board with wide choice. Car Park was full - always a good sign!

Date visited: 1/9/2008

Review by ken lyons on 19th November, 2007

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nice to go to a pub with no fruit machines, dart board, juke box, pool table. the beer is excelent, well kept. the food is brilliant, freshly cooked to order, lots of choices.great in the summer as it sits on the village green, oh and its open all day, highly recommended.

Date visited: 19/11/07

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