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This was our first family visit to the Plough and Dragon to celebrate a Birthday. There is plenty of parking. The Restaurant itself offers a nice relaxed atmosphere, the lady serving us was lovely and approachable and the young man working alongside her was very...More
This was a family meal to say thank you for looking after my mother. The Plough is quite near to our family home so it was convenient.
We decided to have the carvery, which looked better than the Toby offering just down the road. It...More
We popped in without booking and were welcomed and told restaurant was full but we could sit in bar area and have lunch. The carvery was very good with wide variety of fresh vegetables.
Will definitely be back for another Sunday lunch.
OK. Starter platter to share with son was as expected but can really go wrong with chicken wings, onion rings etc. Boy had burger and chips - burger went down very well, half portion of chips left - too fluffy.
Liver and bacon (advertised as...More
I am a little biased, as this is my local eatery, but it is a good, honest place, staff are always great, food is good, Carvery is worth going for, i go there about once a month and really like it, judging by the number...More
A "do" was organised at the Plough for my father-in-laws 90th birthday a couple of Sunday's ago at lunchtime. We weren't absolutely sure of numbers but estimated around 30 people and altough the pub was busy, the management re-organised things so that we could have...More
My husband and I went here for our wedding anniversary. We have no transport at the moment so getting there was a slight problem, but we made it! We had especially wanted to go here as it was a 'fish' evening and being fish lovers...More