Came here for lunch (on round the island tour) Excellent crab salad and nice surroundings. Some say expensive but we didn't think so particularly.
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Visited here for lunch. Pleasant enough surroundings, and the food (a crab sandwich and a prawn sandwich) was ok, but we were stunned by the price charged for what we got, especially relative to prices for similar things elsewhere. Very poor value for money.
I came here with family and it was so disappointing as the food was really overpriced and average to say the least. The crab baguette was £13.50, it came with hardly any crab!! a small amount of chips and the coleslaw looked like it had...More
Thank you for your review. It is disappointing to read your comments as I had discussed in great detail to the person that was making the complaint, as their was no food to be seen at the time and it had all been consumed by...More
As visitors to Jersey, we took an organised bus tour of the island. We were pleased to note that the lunch stop was to be at Le Moulin de Lecq, as we had seen promotional pieces in guidebooks. However, we felt like second class citizens...More
Thank you for your review, please be advised there is not a different process with the bus tours from that available to any guests that may visit Moulin de Lecq without a prior booking. Your tour guide should have offered you to visit the main...More
We stoped here for lunch and had one of the best crab salad's I have ever eaten. Mywife had the prawn salad and realy enjoyed it.
we called here for lunch on a bus tour - its a nice place, the food and service was good and you can see the original waterwheel attached to the building
Came here for lunch as I haven't been to this pub in years.....wish we didnt! They were out of crab salad, so they offered a prawn salad as an alternative. When it came is was just a heap of plain iceberg lettuce covered with a...More
We visited Greve de Lecq and saw the pub over the road from the car park. It was lunchtime and the pub was very busy serving food to the locals. The restaurant wasn't open as it was early March but we went down to the...More
We stopped for lunch whilst touring around the island. The pub has a fascinating history and on entering the pub, you are met with a cozy fire and friendly staff. We just had scampi and chips which was freshly cooked and very good.