Another visit to this pub, which is on a regular walking route for us. We’ve been here a few times in the last 4 or 5 years, but haven’t done this walk for a couple of years, so it was nice to pop in for lunch today.
On Sundays they concentrate on their carvery menu, a selection of roasts for a good price. And this is proper pub carvery, none of that Toby carvery nastiness. However, they do also cater for those of us wanting something lighter (because we are cooking our own Sunday roast later on), with your choice of roast meat in a baguette, with salad and chips.
As you can see, this is still a very substantial lunch, and a very tasty one. A roast gammon baguette with a good salad and a good portion of chips. It was very nice indeed, accompanied by a pint of Pig Brewing Weiner bitter, a hoppy and bitter golden ale, very easy drinking and brewed on site too.
The Pig in Muck is a lovely little village pub, well worth stopping off at during your next walk in the area or if you are passing on the nearby A5.