The Seven Stars
Pubs and Bars with Restaurants
My starter of oven-baked Brie parcels in a red wine, tomato and herb sauce was divine; the pastry melted in the mouth revealing an exceedingly creamy centre. My guest's Stilton and broccoli soup was well received for its creamy flavour and excellent presentation.
The vast menu offered many mouth-watering choices for our main course, and I chose a delicious mushroom stroganoff on a bed of tagliatelle garnished with roasted parsnips and served with garlic bread. My companion's chicken au poivre was a beautiful dish of tender chicken breast in a red wine, peppercorn and cream sauce, served with generous portions of seasonal vegetables.
For dessert we indulged in a fruit and vanilla cheesecake and an exceedingly moist chocolate fudge cake.
The Seven Stars caters for hearty appetites and traditional tastes in a wonderfully relaxing environment - no televisions or games machines here. A good range of wines and real ales perfectly complement the menu. Spend warmer days and evenings in their recently refurbished pub garden with its new wooden dining booths - but whatever the weather, the Seven Stars is definitely worth a visit.