This is a traditional York pub with friendly and helpful staff. It is the oldest building in the city to hold a license, dating back to the 15th Century. Obviously, very little has changed over the past many years. The ceilings are very low, and it is quite possible to get lost wandering around its mini labyrinth of small rooms. The food is all home-cooked and covers all tastes, from fish and chips to Cumberland sausage and chili. Ales include John Smith and Magnet selections.
- Accept Credit Card: visa, mastercard