Stopped in here for a spot of Sunday lunch during a walk round the Peaks from Winster. Great find - spent a lovely couple of hours basking in the early spring sunshine on the patio.
Food very good - starter of roasted tomato soup, then delicious veggie option of braised puy lentils with mash and a Yorkshire pud while Diana's fish pie was unctuous and topped with some outstanding crispy mash. Washed down with a great local pint - grand. Not quite five star fodder but not a million miles off.
There's an attached restaurant serving the same grub but didn't explore it as we had muddy boots and had probably sat in sheep poo up on the moor.
We were lucky enough to be able to sit outside in the lovely sunshine after a good long walk. The local Druid Pale Ale was so nice, even my husband enjoyed it!
The menu looked good and not too expensive, but we didn't eat here this time.
The village is really lovely and there is another pub -The Red Lion -there that won a CAMRA award. So another visit is definitely in order!
The beer is not bad, but I found the music far too loud.
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