We had a meal last night from the Christmas Menu, it was exceptional value and the meal was lovely and the staff were also very accommodating , well done Tina, Paul and the staff
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We have dine at the Greyhound several times and have never failed to be impressed by the quality of service and food. On this visit it was extremely busy with live music in the bar this did not impair the standards at all. we enjoyed...More
We popped in here for a quick evening meal this week. Nice interior, obviously very popular with the local community as when customers came in they seemed to know each other and it seemed the tables near the bar were reserved for regulars. The bar...More
WOW Went here because my son had a Sunday lunch a few weeks before. This is the best Sunday dinner I've had for any years. It cost £12.95 and you get a pudding as well. The amount of meat you get is unbelievable and the...More
The customer is always right - not in this establishment! We ordered one starter and 3 mains for a party of 3. The menu states that meatballs is "a starter" which would usually mean it comes before the main courses. However please note that if...More
In response to your review the customer is always right unless you raise your voice and be extremely rude to staff !! Upon ordering your food at the bar, so not knowing how many were in your group ! and not stating you wanted anything...More
Regular Sunday lunch visitors always get a lovely welcome from Tina and friendly & attentive staff. Good real ales. Food whether roasts, items of the specials board or the normal menu is delicious. A friend of mine calls the pub 'the thin dog'! Well the...More
Went with family for lunch - nice bouncy castle for the children. Was a sunny day so sat outside. Food very good. Hanging baskets also lovely.
Popped in after a country walk with large group of friends and really impressed with the service. Good choice of local beers with couple of guest ales and food looked really good. All very friendly and look forward to going back for lunch or dinner.
Wandering through Leicestershire, found this pub in the small place called Burton on the Wolds. Local ales are great, recommend the Tiger which is on tap. The food menu is extensive as pubs go. Our lunch was freshly cooked and quite nice. We ordered from...More