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How times change. The Duke of Sussex, an old boy tells us, once had a reputation for dodgy customers and fencing stolen goods. These days, it could scarcely be more different.
This is a family-friendly beaut of a pub, ideal for large groups and gatherings, but also small huddles. The front bar is a handsome, curvy affair which immediately impresses, but head to the back dining room to see one of the area's most startling interiors (and it has some competition). I mean, just look at that skylight. The actual Duke of Sussex would feel proud to own such a thing.
The pub's second treasure is its beer garden — a sprawling space that should have room for all-comers, even on a warm summer Saturday.
The drinks choice is good enough — four small-brewery ales plus Greene King IPA, plus a decent wine list. The food carries a heavy Spanish influence and looked mouthwatering.
Last updated September 2018.