This restaurant is wonderful. Second visit and we were not disappointed. I will recommand this place to anyone. Andy took car of us thank you so much, and big thank you to the chef petrus
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Hi haven't been for a while now but the food is good but overpriced and a long waiting time even for a sandwich if your on a standard hours lunch forget it
Hi D V. Thank you for your review, and I'm sorry to hear about your experience. However we are little bit confused as we do not serve Sandwiches? Best regards Andy
Always had a good meal here, and they stock loads of lovely gins! Staff are friendly and helpful. As a group we had a small open room to ourselves.
We had lunch here with an elderly friend. We just had the mains: ribeye steak, filet of bream and halloumi. The food was delicious and the service was excellent. A 10% service charge was applied but I do prefer to tip rather than have the...More
There were 5 of us.3 non paying thought everything was excellent.2 including me as the writer of this piece thought otherwise.I should have checked the menu as the last time I came 3 years ago everything was normalised & appealed to the masses.Today we were...More
Went to the poet for a meal this evening with Hubbie. Service was outstanding. We got our timings completely wrong and ended up arriving an hour early. This did not cause any problem to the staff and they kindly offered to allow us to dine...More
Lunch for 4 today was faultless! Excellent service without being overbearing 3 generations of us eating today, we had the chicken, pork and beef and everyone thoroughly enjoyed their food We will definitely be returning!
So named after the WW I poet Seigfried Sassoon who lived in the village. The Poet has a great menu and is not expensive. There are 20+ guns to choose from. The service was friendly. I highly recommend this country pub. I look forward to...More
Pleasant greeting on arrival. Excellent service from two waiters who served our table. I asked a waitress to please turn down the intrusive background music. She grudgingly agreed to do this, but made a point of saying that she would have to turn it up...More