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Called in for food and drink on a Saturday afternoon in August.
Old church lovingly renovated into a pub.
The staff were friendly and helpful while the prices were reasonable.
It was pretty quiet although there were some ten to fifteen customers seated throughout the...More
A party of 14 of us met up for a school reunion, we left school 54 years ago, so the average age was around 70. Although the pub wasn't very full, we were enjoying ourselves, catching up and reminiscing, when at 8-50pm a staff member...More
We went out to The Mission for a night out, drinks prices were pretty good but then the music on the other side wasn’t so good which was disappointing as it was ruing the atmosphere a little bit. We also experienced an event which put...More
What an impressive venue to walk into, an old church turned into a pub and retained some of its features.
Shame the welcome wasn't great and the drinks selection was poor, only one ale on and a very standard range of lagers.
Passed this a few times during our 4 day wander around the City but at no time hungry enough to go in, the menu looked very appetizing though so on our last nights stay we made a bee line for it arriving around 8pm.
They advertise as “the best Sunday lunch in town” it wasn’t even a real Sunday lunch, smash potato, dry meat, stuffing still powdery, the Yorkshire’s and roasties were pre-packed ones not even home made worst I’ve had in a long time and not overly warm...More
I’ve been for Sunday lunch a few times now. The carvery is relatively nice but it’s the only food they do on a Sunday despite offering a whole menu the rest of the week. The toilets are very run down and you don’t want to...More
Have eaten here before and this time visited with family members who live locally. Nice characterful ambience, bar service a bit slow and had to wait 30 minutes for a lunchtime snack when it didn't seem particularly busy. No loud music so we appreciated the...More