Stopping off at a B and B in Broadstone we were needing a pub to have something to eat after a stressful 7 and a half hour drive. At the end of the Main Street we spotted the Blackwater Stream with lots of people outside enjoying the heat and drinks. We then noticed it was a Wetherspoon pub, a brand we don’t use, but are aware of as we have a very popular one in our own town. First impressions was how full it was inside and out, it was also dark and extremely hot inside despite the doors being left open. There were quite a few tables that needed cleaning and clearing but the staff were obviously working full out. We decided on the curry meal option which included a curry and a drink and was reasonably priced. Service for drinks was slow but the meals were there within minutes. My curry bowl was full to the brim and my lamb was lovely whilst my partners chicken dish was about half full and the chicken was hard to cut in places. However, the meals were tasty, rice, popaddoms and Nan breads well cooked and for the price, couldn’t be faulted. We decided to have a drink outside afterwards but finding a table without an overflowing, off putting ashtray was difficult. We’re not anti smoking but again if the staff could keep on top of this it would have improved our impression personally.