Fascinating 14th Century Inn with an eclectic collection of artifacts decorating all the walls. Great for a drink, a lunchtime snack/meal or a romantic dinner. Child-free main bar but room for children if you must!
My lunchtime 'snack' was a very tasty chorizzo and bean casserole with garlic bread in place of the crusty roll offered on the menu. Judi had deep-fried Double-Gloucester with a homemade chutney and salad She added a portion of garlic bread.
Judi's Sauvignon was declared to be excellent as I had a pint of the best ale in the world (Harveys Sussex, of course!)
I just wish we could go there every day and anyone living in the area is very fortunate to be able to dine there!
You really should try it!
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