The youngest member was 6 and the oldest was 86! All our needs were looked after by the lovely staff. Food was delicious. The children's chocolate flower pot was a delight.
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Went for a meal with the family. Very good atmosphere, lovely pub/restaurant with a pretty beer garden. Food is of very good quality, I would recommend the Lamb Shoulder and the Cheeseboard, also the chips are to die for.
The Italian Platter we served and was in fact well presented... However the ravioli was cold the flat bread was hard dry and the ham on top rock hard- I told the waitress who advised she would tell the manager. The manager did not come...More
Eight of us. Order taken efficiently. Food all arrived together. No mistakes. Plenty of choice on the menu. Everyone happy with their food. Decent value. Nice pub. No criticism at all. Nice Location. Plenty of Parking. Just a bit "average". Felt like we were just...More
Staying at the Premier Inn next door for business and have been dining in the Grange every night. Great friendly staff, excellent food and great value for money. Well worth a visit
My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed our lunch at the Grange. The service was very good and the food was delicious. We've been once before and we'll certainly be back soon.
Not visited here for some considerable time. Popped in on a Sunday afternoon expecting to be told they were full but were pleasantly surprised as the lunchtime rush was over and there were only a few people there. We only had main meals and desserts...More
We stayed at the Premier Inn and came to the Grange for breakfast. Rather oddly this place is only open from 8-10 for breakfast on a Sunday thus catapulting the nearly full Premier Inn into the restaurant in to a restaurant that could not cope....More