Went for a large family gathering for a roast dinner, the food was delicious and the portions huge. Only thing was the service was a bit lacking, waited a long time and only gave us two menus for a party of ten
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We went there for a family Sunday lunch as the food always looked nice. The Roast Beef was amazing...like a proper 'mum's roast dinner'. Service was great. Would highly recommend a visit. Well worth it!!
What should have been a lovely lunch in a lovely country pub was appealing! When we arrived we were asked to pay for our meal up front, when we refused to do this the lady behind the bar got very stressed saying it would be...More
I booked this pub for lunch on a bellringers' outing last Saturday. Having made the booking a few months ago, and having spoken to the manageress on the Thursday before our visit to pre-order our menu choices, we were extremely surprised to find that the...More
Visited as staying in the area. Very friendly staff however food a let down. Fish & chips clearly from the freezer and therefore over priced at £9.95, burgers were ok, no garnish apart from one piece of lettuce in the burger, no side salad/garnish. Don't...More
Three of us went to the Greyhound for lunch. The staff were very friendly, however the food was only OK and the drinks were quite expensive.
The staff were very friendly and helpful. The service was very smooth and attentive. The food was good value and we had a lovely time.
Good real ale. Goats cheese starter, very tasty, as was crab cakes. Tuna steak and my mixed fish platter (special for the day), went down well. We shared a chocolatey dessert, bit dry even with ice cream, maybe better with real cream? Fair price, comfortable...More