Really friendly landlady, dog friendly, Traditional Sunday roast, good portions and a nice atmosphere.
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Enroute to Plymouth area from Birmingham route, we took a side road to look for food. When we visit the area again we will just put in the post code and know The Lamb Inn awaits us. Mark the chef and Susie Langdon were superb,...More
We were the only people in the pub, although some bikers came in, ordered their drinks and went outside. Only one girl on, behind the bar and serving, but then, she wasn't exactly pushed as there were only five of us. Two of us shared...More
Went to The Lamb Inn for my partners birthday, we decided to go as we were staying close by and the pub looked beautiful from the outside, inside it was a very traditional pub and we were welcomed by a lovely lady who was very...More
Have had a lovely meal here before that seemed freshly cooked, but was very disappointed last Tuesday night when I can only assume the chef had a night off. Frozen veg and a ping and ding pie with chips. Could have stayed at home for...More
We stopped for supper on our way down to Cornwall. They couldn't have been more friendly and helpful. Very friendly atmosphere, good food and great beer and cider!
Four of us dined on a very busy Saturday evening. The were a couple of large groups and apart from the landlady only one member of staff serving ...who was excellent despite the pressure. The food is good pub grub gammon and chips, lasagne, homemade...More
Warm and friendly welcome. Great menu choice. Superb food, great atmosphere and wonderful hosts. Plenty of parking, very clean.