Hi Terry. Take a packed lunch. We were there about 3 years ago and eateries were few and far between. That said, it was over the New Year period, and on New Year's morning we saw the local Hunt assemble (this was not long after the ban was imposed), at the top end of the Town and they had Morris Dancers at a nearby pub which, seemingly, was about the only place to eat. In the '80's, I spent a fair amount of time in the area, having friends living in Clunton. The pub at the bottom of the Town of Clun, near the narrow bridge, the Clun Arms? If you knew you were 'dining out' then a phone call and locally caught Trout would be extracted from the freezer and skillfully prepared. And the size of it, on an oval plate, it overhang at both ends. I seem to have a vague, very vague, recollections, of my friends and myself having a 'lock in' there one evening/night and, as the 'gaffer' had a 'top shelf' of numerous Whiskies, we sampled them ALL. It is something of a 'strange' area, particularly for Licensees, as various pubs go in and out of fashion for no particular reason. From Clun pubs, to the Clunton pub (can't remember the name) to the Hundred House, to the Kangaroo. They all seem to have, or have had, their up's and down's over the years. It's a typical situation where, in any valley, there is only so much money and spending habits change.