£11.25 for a pint of beer and a Large Rosé....needless to say we won't be coming back. No wonder so many pubs are closing.
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we arrived for lunch on easter Sunday and were asked by 3 members of staff if were ordering food which we were. starters arrived quickly but there was a 40to 45 minute delay between courses. staff were quick to clear the table but found it annoying that kept cleaning across to clear table.
Family get together, over Easter weekend. The staff were like lovely, couldn't ask for better service. Ate the Irish stew with cheesy dumplings, very hot, tasty, would definitely Have that again. All in all a lovely evening,
Just been to the Gourmet burger night. Lovely food, really good value and quality. All OK till we got the bill and found that they'd charged nearly £8 for a pint of beer and nearly £10 for a medium glass of sav blanc. What can you do eh!
The dearest beer in the pub is Peroni at £5.30, some way short of £8.00. We are a tied pub and unfortunately we do not enjoy the benefits of discounts that the chain pubs receive so unfortunately we do have to charge more. We do have a New Zealand Sauvignon that is expensive but you do have the choice of... More
Came by last week for a chilled birthday lunch, and was not disappointed. Seemed like a corporate chain with the decor but, brilliantly clean. The garden is expansive and ideal for the weather we had. Food was great for the price, definitely a brilliant deal with their lunch menu. 2 blokes working there were very friendly and efficient; would definitely... More
As it turned out, luck was on our side when we visited this gem of a pub yesterday. It does a Sunday roast to end all Sunday roasts! What can I say…well, aside from the fact the vegetables were incredibly fresh and cooked to perfection, the roast potatoes were nothing short of spectacular and the Yorkshire pudding was about the... More
Having enjoyed an excellent Sunday lunch here previously we decided to take visiting relatives for lunch on Saturday. Sadly it was a rather miserable experience with long waits for indifferent food.
I go to the three horseshoes quite often and the Sunday lunch is extremely good and worth the price. The lighting is a little dark and the atmosphere a bit too casual for the evening dinner price. However I felt I had to write this review as the lamb chops I had last night were simply perfect. They were cooked... More
Excellent food and friendly staff, lovely atmosphere both in the bar and restaurant areas. The specials board is definitely something to look out for.
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Hi. Have you reviewed the correct restaurant?. I was there that evening and the food and service was great. I only ask as i only saw waitresses no waiters, all the other tables around us were about 4 people. Trip advisor can be very damaging if not used correctly. By any chance did you go to Three Horseshoes in Willian, Letchworth?