Friendly little bar with musical entertainment regularly .Large screen in between kept me up to date with the football
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Enjoyed amazing gourmet burgers at the evening burger bar here. It was busy, so arrive early or you may not get a table. Note - although there's a choice of different, delicious sounding options - you can only get burgers, nothing else. Great for young...More
This is a fine pub, the staff generally go out of their way to be helpful. We tried to eat on Saturday bank holiday but it was so busy they couldn't take us.
food was fast and good quailty, panini was lovley and so were the fish and chips and kids portions were very good! good quailty, although a little bit cramped eating in the bar, staff were lovey but we ordered a jug or diluted orange to...More
Opted for pub grub option opposed to their restaurant. Expected better quality food given it had a restaurant attached. The fish & chip option sounded tasty but lacked any flavour and was poor quality fish. The mushy peas left a lot to be desired. My...More
We booked dinner for the Saturday evening of the Jazz Festival and our party of 4 were all impressed with the food - which included duck breast, sirloin and scallop with black pudding starters.All were considered very good.The wine list could have been stronger and...More
We eat in the upstairs restaurant, its a little more expensive than nearby restaurants but it's worth the extra. Good adult and kids menu.
i had called in advance about ordering a slimming world dish and was given the chefs personal number which I didn't feel comfortable ringing so when we arrived as part of a group I didn't want to be embarrassed by asking at table so I...More
We went in as the menu seemed to be alright and the first thing that struck me was the layout was a bit strange as the dining area was away from the main pub in a wee back space, which felt a little bit cut...More