A few updates……
As you can see from the homepage, we’ve now moved to our Autumn menu. There are lots of exciting dishes on there, prepared by our accomplished new Head Chef.
Again, as you can read on the homepage, and as you will know if you’ve visited us in the last 3 months, safety has been our priority during this difficult time. Over the summer, we moved the kitchen outdoors and we were able to use our outside space to provide a safe, inviting and attractive area for our guests. We put up a tipi, which proved incredibly popular and which we hope will be returning next spring, as well as sail coverings, to offer protection from sun and the odd summer shower.
With the summer coming to rather an abrupt end, we moved our kitchen back indoors a few weeks ago. In order to maintain the same amount of social distancing we were providing during the summer, we’ve put up a marquee at the rear of the building. This will allow us to maintain our existing capacity, whilst keeping all of our guests safe. We’ve decorated it tastefully (we think!) and in keeping with the rest of the pub. We’ve already used it for a wedding (naturally in accordance with the new regulations) and received great feedback from the bride & groom!
As the nights are drawing in, we’ve started our ever-popular roasts again on Sundays. To cope with demand, we’re extending our Sunday opening hours up until 10pm, with the kitchen open for food until 8pm. This will give our guests an extra couple of hours to enjoy a roast or some our of other fabulous dishes.
And, of course, there’s a menu for the little ones….