This little icecream parlour was delightful. I didn't actually buy an icecream [ couldn't fit it in after lunch! ] but the place was very appealing. It has been serving icecream since the 1930's
They also did light meals, tea/coffee and homemade cakes etc.
I didn't eat here but the place looked so lovely I had to take a pic. I had a quick look at the menu board and the prices were a bit higher than average. I got the impression it was a finer place to dine. I'm sure the food was good as it seemed popular.
Not only did the pub have good food but loads of character as well. Typical village style pub, nice interior and a great experience. The people were friendly, the service good and prices were pleasing.
There were also tables out front for fine weather dining.
I had many many meals throughout my stay in Britain and I can honestly say the best one of all was at this delightful little pub. And it was that good I even took a photo of it.
Favorite Dish: Steak, mushroom gravy, salad, peas, chips and onion rings...all for 6.50 pound. And not only that the price included dessert. Carrot cake with cream or icecream!
This is definitely not fast food. It is extremely popular in the evening and at the weekends and many other evenings as well, you may need to book up 3/4 months in advance. (I tried to book on 1.7.03 for my wife's 60th birthday on Sat 16th Aug and was told that they are fully booked for Saturdays until the end of October) It is very easy to book and much cheaper to eat here at lunchtime. Vegetarianism is catered for. The "Chef Patron" is Andy Waters. It is not open Sat lunchtime. Credit cards are accepted. On my UK page I wrote of general restaurant tips - Monday to Wednesday are much quieter days, and the same of all lunchtimes except weekends. This is certainly true of Edmunds and they are definately cheaper as well - I checked!!!