This family-owned neighbourhood gastropub offers a lovely light-filled space tucked away on quiet Rock Street. The food is well-sourced with few frills but bags of taste. Evidenced by starters of pork belly croquettes, anchovy aioli or roasted beetroot, goat cheese mousse, pickled mushroom, candied walnuts and and mains such as cod, mussel and langoustine stew, saffron potatoes, thyme crouton or rabbit pappardelle, cavolo nero, pangrattato, pecorino. Simon and Emily Ashley pride themselves on their Sunday roasts, where you can expect roast topside of Dexter beef, slow roasted shoulder of local lamb with mint sauce and roast Kentish hop pork belly with apple sauce for only a couple of quid over a tenner. Special deals include Tuesday’s Busby Burger Night (burger and drink for £12) and the Wednesday special of two main courses and a bottle of house wine for £28, lunch and dinner. On the beer list there’s a clutch of good Belgians and a range of wheat beers from as far away as Iceland.