Been here several times now over the years and always had a good meal. Wee bit pricey for what you get but it's decent food so can't complain.
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Last visited this pub in my youth and now, many years later returned for old times' sake. As pub food goes, it was reasonably good but don't expect a gourmet experience. Pleasant atmosphere and staff.
This is a lovely pub just down the road from where we stayed at the Springfield Lodge. Had a pint of the local beer to start with before dinner. Its not a touristy place and the bar is inhabited by locals mainly. Had the chicken...More
Very little choice for diner who is both coeliac and bovine intolerant. Server could not point out allergens in food without reference to kitchen. Service very slow. Waited 30 mins before order was taken.
I took my brother and mother to the Birds and the Bees. Service was very good and friendly, and we also received our food quickly. We all had the soup to start which I enjoyed, but my mom found it slightly salty and not a...More
We really enjoyed our meal here. Great selection, reasonably priced, flavoursome food, family friendly and even our dog was allowed in. The atmosphere was relaxed and the staff were friendly what more could you ask for.
My wife and I ate at Birds and Bees last night. We were - on the whole- disappointed. The food was mediocre- except the battered fish which my wife enjoyed. The chips served with the fish were announced on the menu as 'skin on' but...More
We stopped there a couple of times for a beverage and one time for dinner. They were very accommodating to my ordering their grilled fish on a salad and it was perfect (it was not on the menu). Their mussels were excellent and I would...More