The Crown at Sandon dates back to the 18th century so is steeped in history. It sits on the village green and has suffered several fires in its lifetime with the last one almost destroying the building in 2004. It lay empty for some time and was then rebuilt it has had several landlords since then so hasn't quite re-established itself. But if our warm welcome and lunch today was anything to go by its on the right path.
Paul decided to have the ploughmans and what a ploughmans it was.
How tasty does that look?
And I decided to have the goats cheese and red onion tart with onion rings which I have to say was delicious!
The onion rings were so tasty Paul kept pinching them so it was a good job we had some fries to share.
I have a feeling we will be back to sample some more of what The Crown has to offer.
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