In the center of Broadway, this pub-restaurant makes a handy stop for a snack, lunch, a drink, or something more substantial. Service may be occasionally slapdash and the place can get congested, but on a weekday it's cozy and convivial, with an open fire in winter and comfortable seating. The imaginative decor blends the traditional and trendy with large mirrors, log-studded walls, and eye-catching knickknacks. Among the hot dishes you're likely to find marinated sticky
chicken with lemon, honey, and chili sauce, or duck breast in a Grand Marnier sauce; tapots (small British tapas-style dishes) and tasting platters are a popular alternative. There's a good wine cellar and plenty of cask ales, as well as a childrens' menu.