If you like a good Sunday Lunch with friendly service and a nice atmosphere then the Greenman Pub is the place for you. We last visited in march just a week before you know what happened so we’ve had to wait a while before we could return. That day we enjoyed a great sunday roast which is exactly what we were treated to once again today. This visit was a little bit different to the last time as the dining area we was in before as had to be turned into a table service bar area. We received a friendly welcome from all the staff on arrival before filling out our details in the book. We were then escorted to our table on the opposite side of the pub from last time into what used to be used for when there very busy or functions. The menu has a nice selection of starters , roasts , fish , vegetarian and of course desserts.

We started with the Mussels in a white wine cream & shallot sauce and the Avocado & Prawns in a seafood sauce with salad.

Mussels

Avocado & Prawns

Now it was time for our roasts which I have to say are a hearty size. We chose the Turkey and the Lamb that came with vegetables , yorkshires , roast potatoes , pigs in blankets and stuffing.

Roast Lamb

Roast Turkey

For desserts we chose the Banana Fritters with cream & ice cream and a delicious Sticky Toffee Pudding with hot Devon custard.

Banana Fritters

Sticky Toffee Pudding

We finished with a coffee to end a fabulous Sunday lunch. The food is good and a hearty size. All the staff are very friendly which creates a lovely atmosphere. I would highly recommend a visit and I personally will look forward to many more visits in the future.

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