Life. Love. Music. Food.
10 easily, looks like the kind of place where one could also enjoy tobacco in peace and, perhaps, an invigorating game of cup and ball.
the dartboard's a bit knackered, but the old geezer on the piano is top-drawer
I bet you can get a round of corn beef sarnies with sooty thumb mark on them as well! If you going mines a pint of mild I'm just drying me boots out in the grate.
Do they have Prosecco or a good Cava on the wine list?
"what's that you say my love, woine?"
Exactement! You wouldn't get me in there in a million years!
you can 'ave a port and lemon like all decent laaadies and mind your language, processco indeed you'll be wanting your own khazi next and look where that got us we lost Khartoum thanks to thinking like that, now whose up for white pudding....
Oh yes 8. I'll have a Black and Tan or Light and Bitter, whatever they are.
Er ... there seems to be a stuffed duck in a case propping the window open. Other than that, I'd only be slightly scared to have a drink there ...
Put me down for 6 -- drinks that is.
Port and Lemon, 2 Babycham and half a Milk Stout please Nora. Ooh - and one of your pies.
Peter Glaze - a pub landlady? Put me down for a pint of mild and a pickled egg, just the one mind...
She looks genuinely happy tho', doesn't she? And her gogs are top-notch.
Is that not a picture of our dear departed grandmother?In which case that pub must be, lickerally, paradise, isn't it?Mine's a pint of the very roughest scrumpy, and keep 'em coming.
"Mine's a pint of the very roughest scrumpy, and keep 'em coming."'You'll be wanting a slice of lemon in that?' (this is what the old 'uns in the pub I used to work in in Zummerzet used to have 'it takez out the sharpnezz, you zee?'
it does have the terrifying look of the countryside about it - put it in town though and i'm there.x
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