An old gabled, thatched, coaching inn of mellow ironstone standing beside the pretty main street just a stone’s throw from Crick’s ancient church. Exposed beams, low ceilings and open fires characterise this village free-house, family-run for over 35 years. Local beers plus those from Adnams are available here, with classic pub meals the order of the day. Faggots in onion gravy; breaded haddock, chips and peas; lasagne, hash browns and salad; mushroom and pepper Stroganoff give an idea of the dishes on offer. A children’s menu is available or they can eat smaller portions of the dishes on the main menu.
Open all year
Open all week
Opening times: 11–2.30 6–11 (Sunday 12–3 7–11)
Lunch: all week 12–2
Dinner: Monday to Saturday 6.30–9
Credit cards accepted
Allowed in bar
Allowed in restaurant
Allowed in garden
M1 junction 18, A428, 0.75 mile, follows signs for Crick from roundabout.