Popped in for a drink whilst cycling as this was near to home. Great staff, friendly and courteous with a lovely beer garden to the rear with lots of seating. Reasonably priced as 5 drinks were under £20. Didn't eat so can't comment on the...More
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Ok-nothing special but fine for regular pub food. Have been for evening food and a funeral wake and whilst can't find anything specific to criticise it's not really far above average.
I had 3x 50p sized crab fish cakes with salad that were tasteless, then braised steak with mash & veg, the steak was a bit dry & not enough gravy was served. The carrots & beans were OK but the swede was well overcooked. Mash...More
This was the second time we have been there and were not overly impressed. The service was slightly slow and the food was bland and dry. The atmosphere was nice and the staff were pleasant and helpful, its just a shame that the food was...More
See my review filed under the hotel where I have commented on the meal I had which was the point of my visit to the Hunting Lodge.
Great venue/eating area. Very clean and well kept restaurant. Service was very good. Food was nice but slightly bland, however it was reasonably priced.
Needs a new chef i think.....great huge menu but dont have all that they advertise...quite often told oh sorry we have not got that tonight....putting that aside....the 3 meals i have ordered over the 3 nights have left me dissapointed fed up and hungry...not good....nice...More
Nice venue, reasonable service, poor meals. From undressed salads (you have to ask for dressing or condiments, which arrive late) to overcooked meat, dry uninteresting veg without even a knob of butter, generally dried up meals that taste microwaved. The menu is very large, so...More
I have been here before and the service, beer and food has always been excellent. Until last night.... The beer - great. The waitresses great. The Christmas menu food offering - oh dear! Starter - a tiny portion of 2 slivers of honeydew melon with...More