The Saddlers Arms, New Yatt
Free House
Monday to Saturday 11am to 3pm, 7pm to 11pm
Sunday 12 noon to 2.30pm, 7pm to 10.30pm
Food: 12pm to 1.30pm (1.viii.1998)

Hook Norton Best Bitter 1.90
John Smiths Extra Smooth 2.00 (1.viii.1998)

New Yatt is a small collection of farms, houses and a public house. No 
evidence of a church. The Saddlers Arms dates from the fourteenth century 
or so (as does the Company of Saddlers, whose coat of arms is reproduced 
on the pub sign), is set back from the road by a wee car park, and has 
three dogs in it, one of which is a recently spayed greyhound, another of 
which is a puppy. At least for the moment.

There is one cask beer, Hook Norton Best, and two kegs. The chips are good 
(a basket costs 1.20) and the basket meals come with salad and are as 
good and as filling as in the Turf.

The highlight of the pub for me was a bar billiards table which costs a 
pound coin a shot. The upholstery looks pretty new and the clientele look 
pretty old. The CD player was playing 50 Singalong Pub Piano favourites. 
(1.viii.1998)