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The former Finch’s, once the haunt of thespian hellraisers from the 1960s, is now a high-ceilinged Young’s pub. Despite touches of modernisation – arty black and white photos, TV sports on a smallish screen – the newly named King’s Arms still has the feel of a classic pub, thanks to the glazed tiling and lived-in feel of its wood interior. Bombardier, Peroni and Leffe are the draught options accompanying the standard Young’s range on the long, prominent bar counter. Wine drinkers have not been neglected, with JM Brocard Chablis available by the glass and bottle, as well as a Domaine la Condamine l’Evêque merlot cabernet. Food is an equally important part of the business here, with an Express Lunch Menu for £5.95, which includes a 6oz Exmoor beefburger. More relaxed diners can take their time over a 28-day aged Exmoor rump steak.