Last night marked my first visit to The Radnor Arms, Nunton. What a cracking pub let down only by it being a Hall and Woodhouse establishment and therefore not having anything decent to drink beer wise (last night they had Tanglefoot and Badger Best one, neither of which do I care for much). However, we were not there for the beer and instead were visiting en-masse on the recommendation of my sister for the food.
I started with gravlax of salmon with dill mayonnaise, the mayonnaise was obviously homemade and delicious - properly buttery and the gravlax nicely cured. The main event was the Scotch fillet steak that was cooked very well, very tender and nicely beefey. I have not had a decent steak for some time (excepting infrequent visits to Belgium of course) so this was a rare treat .The handmade chips were tasty - perhaps a bit longer in the frier would have been good but that is not to everyone's taste.