The New Inn sits at the junction of two roads, and looks a little unprepossessing. Don't let that put you off, inside you'll find a nice, reasonably large, pub-restaurant. There is plenty of parking space and an outside seating area - which I'm sure will be pleasant on a summer's evening.
We visited on a Sunday night, the restaurant didn't seem to be open so we ate in the bar, which was fine. The food is largely versions of standard British classics, I had one of the pies and it was very nice. There is a choice of wines, not too expensive, and a nice selection of real ales, some of which I'd not come across before, so nice to see some variety.
I'd say service was competent, not hugely welcoming, but fine for all that.
I don't think you'll be disappointed in the New Inn, but I was expecting a little more from the 'word of mouth' I'd heard. Perhaps we just caught them after a busy and tiring Sunday lunchtime. I'll try again as we enjoyed ourselves.
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