The fresh-made pizza at Three Tuns was delicious, as was the pesto garlic bread we got to go with it.
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Visited the Three Tuns for lunch. Staff were very helpful, good selection of beers and interesting lunchtime menu. Rear courtyard area for dining which due to the hot weather we took advantage of. Dogs are allowed in this courtyard and water is provided. An alternative...More
Went on a gorgeous evening and sat outside to eat. Had a fantastic duck dish and given choice of pink or well done. The sweet was coconut and chocolate parfait with pistachio and was fantastic. Not our first visit and won't be our last. The...More
Having researched the website, the restaurant menu online looked attractive so booked lunch. On arrival were informed that only the bar menu was available at lunchtimes ! The member of staff checked the website and agreed this was not mentioned. Although the bar menu was...More
I am a local and often go here ANYWAY but I home in on Sundays! Its a FABULOUS lunch. Fresh veggies (I'm a veggie BUT!), cheesy leeks, crunchy crackling if you have the pork! My word it's good!
I haven't reviewed the Three Tuns before but I should have done as we've been many times. The prices are reasonable, the portions are good and it's got inside and outside seating. All of the above applied for our multiple visits made during the Hay...More
My husband and sons had visited this pub for lunch two years ago .I had never been so we pooped in for lunch the menu was limited and expensive . A student served us at the bar and the food was well below average especially...More
The 'roast of the day' for Sunday lunch (Beef, in our case) was reasonable and plentiful. I was unable to finish my meal because there was so much. It was reasonably priced (£15.00), but I would have been happier with a smaller helping. The beef...More
Quite a nice pub near the river. We popped in for a quick drink and the boys wanted a dessert. Even though kitchen was closing, the chef obliged and 2 very satisfying brownies were served. The prices are high £7 for dessert but expected in...More