1st visit in 5 years or so. Still love the chicken dishes but was sorry to see they are no longer serve with sweet potato mash. Carrots were lovely though but can't say the same for the green beans. Slightly undercooked and tasteless.
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Having not been in this restaurant for a year at least we popped in on the spur of the moment. Always a warm welcome from the staff. Not much had changed on the menu since our last visit. We both had the soup which was...More
Have visited on a nimber of occasions. Best to book as pretty busy and not huge premises. Good variety of food , not too fancy.great value for money
Popped in with the family for a lunch last summer its a nice place with good food and a good bar there was six of us and we all enjoyed the food very much, the service was excellent the staff lovely and couldn't do enough...More
Friends had recommended that we treat ourselves. Glad we went. Staff were lovely and attentive. Enjoyed our meals and happy with the bill, very reasonable for the good quality. Will definitely be back 👍
Used to walk down to this place from Coodham once a fortnight but then they started getting food wrong and staff justndid not give a hoot. Its a pub a wee but pricey for a village pub. But thats what it is. Ordered two curries,...More
My wife and I often have lunch at the Wheatsheaf and on occassion invite friends. The menu is extensive and goes well beyond what is commonly referred to as Pub-grub. Highly recommended for lunch or dinner without breaking the bank.
Lacked atmosphere food on buffet not very appetizing service was attentive. I would say this restaurant knows its market and caters for that well.