The New Inn epitomises the traditional local pub at the heart of a community. After a warm welcome from the team, it was wonderful to sink into comfortable seating in the cosy dining room and peruse a menu studded with homemade pub favourites. From the starters menu we selected creamy garlic mushrooms with warm ciabatta and a tangy prawn cocktail. Tempted by main courses such as juicy steak and Unicorn Ale pie, Cajun chicken and succulent grilled steaks, as well as several vegetarian options including roasted butternut squash and spinach lasagne, I finally settled on the chef's generous homemade chilli. My companion was suitably impressed with her chicken curry, comprising hearty chunks of tender chicken in a rich sauce and accompanied by mango chutney and a crispy poppadom. Both dishes were appetisingly presented, cooked to perfection and served with light, fluffy rice and crispy golden chips. Homemade melt-in-the-mouth raspberry cheesecake and Tia Maria creme brulée are sweets to set your tastebuds tingling, so make sure you save room for dessert. And what could be better on a cold winter's night than sticky toffee pudding, decadent chocolate fudge cake or Belgian waffles - sure to warm your cockles. This is a real family pub with a good choice of lunchtime specials for senior citizens and another comprehensive menu packed with children's favourites. If you want tasty, wholesome, home-cooked food at very reasonable prices, then The New Inn is the perfect venue.