My friend took me here for a farewell meal. It's a lovely cosy pub in a small village. We went on a Tuesday at 6pm ish & it wasn't busy but it did have some locals in there just having a drink. Anyway my friend...More
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Had the set Sunday menu which was very welcome after a long walk. Its £20 a head for 2 courses with a good choice of starters and mains. You definitely need to book as all the tables inside were full and most of those outside....More
This lovely pub in an ideal village setting was our choice for a celebratory meal for the two of us. The staff were very attentive and friendly and the food! All ingredients are locally sourced - fresh and tasty. My husband chose the beef rib...More
Booked a table for 7 people at 1pm on a Saturday for my Dad's birthday after previous recommendation. All had 3 courses - the food was absolutely delicious: generous portions, perfectly cooked and well presented. The waiting/bar staff were attentive and kept everyone topped up...More
Booked a table for 7 on 19/7/17 from recommendation and research. Absolutely fantastic food and service, we weren't rushed, staff were attentive and helpful and the restaurant was comfortable and with a welcoming atmosphere- we will be back, thank you.
We chose lunch from the sandwich menu which compared to similar food available at other pubs was quite pricey as was my beer. My king prawn in sweet chilli sauce ciabatta was stodgy and tasteless. A disappointing visit which we will not be repeating.
Our regular haunt in recent times, great chef clearly cares about food and how its received. Had the 18oz cote de Beouf it was superb but it has to be said the Doombar was a real treat, had so much the wife had to drive...More
Take the family and dogs for a walk up Broombrigg's or the Beacon. Take a walk down Maplewell road for some great gastropub and dog friendly place (oh and kids) Sit outside or the traditional pub interior no fruit machines or music. you are going...More