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All reviews steak pie pate sunday roast fish and chips chicken curry pudding the pub forest holidays forest of dean dog friendly pub play area whilst staying at the nearby minute walk beer garden real ale
Called in here on our way home from the log cabins we stayed in close to there and wish we'd not bothered.
Waited an hour for our food
The Sunday roast was shocking
ALL veg was not cooked still hard
The qty of meat given...More
Date of visit: December 2018
FODIngles, Manager at The New Inn, responded to this reviewResponded 12 December 2018
I sincerely apologise for your disappointment, Sunday’s are extremely busy we’ve always advised booking in advance thanks you for brining this to our attention, we can now use this mooving forward with our staff. As the owner this a personal apology for your disappointment and...More
Attended the pub for an evening meal.
The pub offered a warm welcome with a service with a smile
The meal was a good size and cooked to meet our requirements. If I am in the area again woukd happily return for another meal.
Nice traditional pub meal, went for three courses and left feeling pleasantly full.
The starter was nice, I went for olives, bread and dipping oil. The olives were lovely but the bread was pretty standard, could have done with being a nice fresh crusty bread...More
Had a weekend in the Forest of Dean, went to the New Inn for Sunday Lunch, thought £12.50 was a bit steep at first but it was worth it, big Yorkshire Pud, properly roasted potatoes, delicious meat, (we had turkey and chicken), excellent al dente...More
We were staying up the road at Bracelands camp site for an impromptu stag do as our original trip to Barcelona got cancelled at short notice, as a problem with the airline.
We struggled to book a restaurant in Symonds yat so went for an...More
Visited this evening with wife and two friends. Lovely food, Locals really friendly. Only problem was access as my wife is wheelchair bound - entry ramp is too steep. Nothing that a barrow of concrete wouldn't put right. Locals helped us in and out -...More
This is a very busy and probably poppular pub. We arraived when it was after 1.30 on a Sunday and took ages to get some attention - mostly seemed to be people drinking and loud Tvs 2 screens no less. Not esepcially outstanding inside and...More