The White Horse @ Badingham is a 15th century coaching inn, with open fires, pamment (clay tile) floors and exposed timber beams. It is a delightful old village pub, which recently has been further enhanced.
Now in the hands of Lisa and Mark, they provide a traditional welcoming village pub feel. There is a selection of real ales, direct from the barrel, no fewer than four ciders being served at any one time and a wide and varied wine list with many wines being offered by the glass. Lagers are sourced locally - no Aussie or Dutch fizz here.
And so to food - no twirls or micro gastronomy in the kitchen I'm afraid. Mark the chef, one of the owners and a local lad, has been in the pub and restaurant industry for more than twenty years. The food is homemade, well cooked and presented with good-sized portions at reasonable prices.