A good place to eat ...served by great staff...especially...Jenny....good food served for most of the day..
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I don't want this to sound negative because we enjoyed a decent lunch and there was absolutely nothing to grumble about. However, nothing really stood out either. Disappointed that there were no hand pulled ales but that's a personal preference and the Theakstons Bitter was...More
Came for a Sunday Carvery with the family. It was packed! The Sunday Carvery is one of the best in North Tyneside!
Amazing carvery with really tender meats & lovely veg...only downside is that we were sat in the conservotory which I can only describe as a hectic sauna! Crazy hot couldn't enjoy our lunch, never mind next time I'll be asking for a table inside the...More
The chef in charge of the carvery is a bit on the surly side - would it kill him to smile for the customers ?
We went to the Killingworth arms for Sunday lunch as it was John's birthday weekend. There were plenty of seats empty but reserved as I has booked. The carvery in the same place with a young man serving when he was present. Two meats to...More
I’ve been here a few times having grown up in the area. This time I went for the Mega Mixed Grill despite the warnings that it would beat me, and the plate was twice the size of my sons. The plate duly arrived and it...More
Called for lunch today and decided on tapas. It was all fantastic and tasty and generous portion sizes. We have eaten here on several occasions and I can honestly say we have never been disappointed, the chef certainly knows his way around food. We will...More
Had a great meal ( carvery ) very fresh home cooked food excellent service very friendly staff Well worth the visit and very reasonably priced
As an occasional customer i want to describe my last ever visit. I went to the bar to order a bottle of wine and stood patiently in the queue while others were served. when my turn came I was surprised to see another couple(mother and...More