We visited The Plough after a recommendation from The Good Pub Guide and a throughly enjoyable time was had. The food was better than was expected, more on that in a moment though. Firstly the bar is very old school, lots of wood, cosy with a typical village pub feel. Would easily pop in for a drink any day or night. A lovely garden out the front which I’m sure is busy during the height of summer. Now onto the food, we expected a decent standard but it was better than we had anticipated. The pub and restaurant were fairly busy for a Thursday night, which shows that it is a popular place and not just with regards to people in the village. Especially if you live in or near Bristol then it is worth the trip. The camembert sharing starter was probably the best we have had. All the meals were presented beautifully and the portion sizes were just about spot on. Not to small that you wanted more and not to much that you couldn’t fit in three courses. My duck leg in particular was melt in the mouth stuff. The service was very good, efficient and despite their system going down the staff were still very helpful and friendly. We did get forgotten slightly between our mains and dessert menus being brought over, however I’d imagine this is an exception rather than the norm. Overall would definitely recommend a visit to The Plough, quaint, characterful bar with very good food and service.