With polished wooden panelling, inviting wing-back chairs & handsome church pews inside its graceful Georgian premises, The Albion welcomes winter visitors. But come summertime, you won’t find a spare inch in either the front courtyard or the large, comely, wisteria-draped beer garden out back. Both the kitchen & waiting staff can sometimes struggle to stay calm & match the demand. Food is traditional British with a tweak. At lunchtime, yummy mummies nibble on purple sprouting broccoli with poached egg & truffled hollandaise, followed by treacle orange tart with crème fraîche. In the evenings, the charcoal grill sizzles, & on Sundays there are roasts (for one, or to share). Prices are more restaurant than pub, but so is the wine list – & there are the usual ales & lagers behind the bar.
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