Had a nice Sunday afternoon meal of steak and ale pie. Pastry was very heavy if you like that. Veg served with dinner was excellent.
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We were recommended to try this place when in the area and wow what a great Sunday roast. We booked a table and on arrival we received a warm welcome by the staff. The décor was very traditional and had an up market feel. Although...More
As my title suggests, this is a very hit and miss restaurant, choose one dish you'll love it, choose another and you will be very disappointed. A party of us visited tonight and most of the meals, including starters, were nice, not exceptional, just nothing...More
Visit early evening to get a discount or after 7pm and pay a bit more. It's well worth it. Great food and a very good choice.
Happened to be passing and couldn't resist turning off and seeing if we could get a table for lunch. Despite being very busy the staff managed to get us a table without too long a wait. Didn't want a big meal so settled on the...More
Having been a fairly frequent customer my last few visits have not been of the previous high standard.The lunchtime specials board does not seem to have changed much resulting in it being difficult to choose a dish (unless you happen to be a fish lover)...More
This is the kind of place you bring Grandma. Old fashioned food, veg cooked to death, crescent dishes, cheap fake flowers, chintz everywhere & a haven for geriatrics. Not my kind of food at all. Nothing was bad per say, just 70s food & old...More
I was sorry to hear of your disappointment with our food and décor. The Inn was refurbished last year in keeping with the age and traditional image we try to conserve. We have fresh flower arrangements provided by a local florist and use quality silk...More
We were recommended to eat here as our hotel kitchen was out of order. We were pleasantly surprised when we arrived here as the décor is a bit eclectic, but nice and it created a good atmosphere for the restaurant. The staff were very pleasant...More