After visiting charlecote, we wanted lunch but not national trust tearoom, this was just around the corner and served great baguettes quickly and the atmosphere was calm.
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Ate here 2 nights last week. The food was tasty and good value for money. I asked for a side dish which arrived half way through my meal and was inedible. This was taken off the bill with no qualms. Portions are generous so make...More
Called in on a Friday lunchtime about 2ish, v busy and a friendly welcome, extensive menu, we ate prawn and salmon baguette and a bacon and brie baguette - well presented, tasty and good sized portions, well priced. Will revisit and hopefully sample one of...More
This isn't haute cuisine. It is plain, good, wholesome food prepared well and served by friendly staff. We had ham and eggs with chips. The ham was excellent quality and generously proportioned. The eggs were cooked to my specification and delicious. The chips were well...More
Real ale is excellent. Food is good (first visit it was excellent but second visit it was only good). Had lasagne and steak and ale pie which were very tasty. Puddings were also very good and not too expensive.
On the way home from a long weekend break in Winchester, my husband and I decided to go to dinner at 'The Boars Head' in Hampton Lucy. The ‘Boars Head’, is situated in centre of the village. The pub was painted cream and grey on...More
A village pub delivering well cooked food. Service very good and at a standard I expect. We hadn't booked. but it was no trouble to accommodate a table for two. Seemed popular with the locals. Steak pie, chips and peas for me with my wife...More
Loved the ability to book a table online at less than 2 hours notice! Car park at the back of the pub. Staff very friendly and welcoming, sevice very prompt - our Sunday lunches arrived within 10 minutes of placing the order. Food was hot...More