Lovely rural pub.
Sadly, no GF menu and little comprehension of Cross Contamination by the wait staff. No GF beer available, there is cider.
The head chef is super friendly and will try towork with you to make a safeish meal, have eaten there twice without issue, but your mileage might vary. I'd not rush to recommend it to Coeliacs.
I'm not sure if she's still there, but a landlady knew all about Coeliac as a family member suffers from it.
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much/None
I found their gluten free options very disorganised. Beforehand I had checked their app which had a dedicated gluten free menu, which looked good. However when I tried to order, I was told the gluten free menu was non-existent, instead I needed to check allergens for their normal menu on the app. So I stood at the bar trying to find a meal with no gluten! The first two options I chose weren't available. Finally I ordered the "naked" burger from the main menu, a burger with no bun. However when it arrived, it was in a gluten free bun, as listed on the original gluten free menu! So do they have a gluten free menu or not?? Very confusing, I don't think the staff knew what they were talking about. That along with the amount of foods unavailable means I won't be returning.
— Not at all
— Not Much