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There are two major junctions in the area; the Junction Tavern stands on neither. While the main Victorian-era bar is thoroughly decent, and the front-room dining area is splendid for people-watching, it's the back conservatory and beer garden which offer the main draw. These quickly fill up in the summer, so arrive early.
Were the drink choice a little more adventurous, this very good pub might be deemed excellent. As it is, three or four common ales and a standard range of lagers are joined by a somewhat more playful wine list (a Romanian Pinot noir?). Sunday lunch was thoroughly splendid — the nut roast more of a nut mulch, but in a good way.
Finally, a note on the staff, who went out of their way to accommodate the whims of our fussy toddler. Excellent service.
Last updated November 2018.