Went up to The Queens Arms in Littondale on the request of the eldest son for tea. He did want to try the George at Hubberholme but on telephoning for opening hours we established that it was fully booked. The Queens is a super little pub in one of Yorkshire’s hidden dales, lovely ride out over some of the best, scenic Dales roads, especially if you go via Malham and Arncliffe.
The Food:- Well the gammon was good! but the rest of the meal and the beer was rather disappointing. Thing’s don’t appear to be quite the same at the Queens Arms, prices were very expensive and the quality of the food disappointing, fish cakes & roast beef dinner poor, vegetables & salad like something out of an 1980’s tv show but with 2010 prices. At least my gammon was OK!
The Beer:- Litton Ale: Pale brown in colour with a classic malt flavour. 3.8% abv. brewed on the premises, shall we say was having a rather off day! from what I have tasted it’s better in a bottle!