Having read the reviews I was really excited to come here for lunch - arriving on spec we didn’t expect to get a table to be honest. Our luck was in - or maybe not! Quaint little pub with freshly white linen table cloths and...More
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Friendly staff and a warm welcome for me, my wife and 2yr old - they even served his child’s meal with children’s fork and spoon! Picture is of the Melton Mowbray Steak, a rib eye covered in a good Stilton. The lasagne was lovely, rich...More
Used to visit a lot with Father and returned for a lunch whilst passing to Northallerton. So glad we did, great to catch up with C and M and sample some great home cooked food and friendly service. Forgotten how proper food and gravy tastes....More
Helpful , friendly accommodating staff , garlic mushrooms particularly tasty , blazing hot fire . Dated decor.
Booked in the morning for a table at 2 pm. Arrived to a warm and friendly welcome. Drinks offered and shown to our table. Excellent choice of starters and mains. I selected the Black Pudding and my Wife had the Prawn Cocktail. Mains both had...More
We went with friends, some of whom live locally and have previously recommended The Crosby. Plenty of choice on the menu and specials board. Great, tasty food. The steak and ale pie was crammed with meat! The jam roll poly was lovely too.
Warm, cosy village pub which has a "right sized" menu complimented with a specials board. Food really was very good. Gents toilets are a bit spartan....smiled because they don't appear to have been properly refurbished in years. But don't let that put you off the...More
First visit here and will certainly be back. Food is lovely, reasonably priced and staff very friendly. The steak and ale pie was amazing. Big chunks of steak in gravy with very tasty short crust pastry lid. My boyfriend had a black pudding starter which...More