This unassuming pub and restaurant is a perfect chilled out venue, with great food, an innovative drinks list and a beautiful interior that is both modern and rustic.
A daily changing menu offers classic British and European cuisine; simply done but perfectly executed. A main of Salmon with Brown Shrimp was full of flavour, and a dessert of Ginger Parkin, butterscotch sauce & Yorkshire Rhubarb was one of the best I've had.
The building has historically been a taproom since the 1890s, and the owners have remained loyal to it's history by installing a basement brewery; The Hops & Glory Pale Ale is available to buy at the bar.
A sophisticated material palette of dark woods, red tiles and copper finishes - as well as a stunning maroon ceiling - create an intimate, welcoming pub in which to spent many a winter night.