Cuisine: Pub Bistro

Lucky are those who can call this homely English-style pub their local. The Cricketers has no gaming rooms or TAB, which is a huge part of the appeal for many. Here, it’s more about enjoying a pint and a meal with friends — in winter by the cosy open fires and in summer in the gardens to the music of live bands. A surprisingly good menu serves a mix of contemporary and expected pub fare, with beauties such as slow-cooked pork belly with crispy skin and an apple and pear sauce $22.60 gracing the list. Before ordering, scan the specials board and, if braised rabbit cooked in cider and served on a bed of mash $29 is on, do yourself a favour. A beef burger $17.80 goes down well with a pint of Old Speckled Hen on tap, and The Ashes dessert of chocolate meringue, whipped cream and strawberries is arguably the best bet you’ll make here.


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