Should you arrive here on a mystery tour, you might not guess that the tranquil, wooded view from the terrace of this modern bar and restaurant is the River Trent. The setting is perfect for this old-boathouse-styled pub, with wood cladding, chunky exposed roof trusses, stone floors and warehouse-style lighting. The food reflects a philosophy that champions home cooking and local sourcing, with herbs and salad leaves from the pub garden, and meats, fish and cheeses often smoked in-house. Wide-ranging menus offer four different sharing boards; a starter or main called The Mussel Pot; pizzas, burgers, and steaks; and other choices like pan-fried sea bass fillet, beetroot and watercress risotto and salsa verde. There are pie nights, monthly ladies' nights, and live music every Sunday evening. In the events calendar is a Beaujolais Breakfast (10am-4pm) – a five course breakfast that includes a half bottle of Beaujolais nouveau.