We visited for a family meal , barmaid ignored me when I said hello on arrival, she was very rude towards us and our children Food was average , will not be returning.
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A well patronised and attractive pub in a small village. The restaurant had a good choice of reasonably priced meals - we had venison, duck, chicken and seabass, which came with excellent garlic potatoes, chips and mixed vegetables; there was a good choice of desserts....More
In a tiny little village in Pembrokeshire, sits Pump on the green. This is a must visit on any trip. The people here extend a hospitality that is warm, sincere and welcoming. The food is delicous, We had the lamb ( of course, no trip...More
The food was excellent, it took a bit of time to come out but was so worth the wait we were told that the owners were out for the day by the locals and that was why we had to wait, we didn't mind as...More
I attended this restaurant with 6 other family members. We each really enjoyed our food, the atmosphere was fantastic with friendly staff. The only slight disappointment was that the meal my daughter ordered wasn't available.
Pros: Really warm welcome in a pub that is clearly at the heart of the community. Good beer. Cons: Sorry guys; once again the food. It is ok but no more. Portion size is not the be all and end all. Go for quality and...More
Lots of flies in the restraunt area, service was average meals came out at different times hence most of us finishing our food before the last one came out. Pudding was awful the worse I have ever had out, shall not eat here again in...More
Went for a Sunday Lunch, & had the Roast Lamb. It came with Roast & Mashed Potatoes Cauliflower Cheese Peas & Swede. Also with Apricot Stuffing. And a Gravy Boat. The Lamb was delicious all this for £9.95p each. We were going to have a...More