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Alex and Oliver Burnside reopened the doors of The Plough and Sail in April 2012. The twin brothers aim to offer their customers delicious food and drink, a welcoming and relaxed atmosphere and exceptional service. Chef Oliver has a passion for quality, seasonal food, using produce from his local suppliers wherever possible and front-of-house Alex enjoys serving customers a range of draught lagers and ales, soft drinks and a fantastic wine list. Whether you choose a light, casual meal or a formal dinner in our restaurant, the menus feature traditional favourites, the best of modern British cuisine and dishes influenced from around the world. Every dish is cooked and presented with flair and
Lovely pub at the front of Snape Maltings. Lots of space with a large open dining area, but also lots of little nooks and a cosy bar with a fireplace. They accommodated our group of 8, (ranging from nearly 8 to nearly 80) and the...More
We had lunch here for my Mum's birthday. Was booked by my brother who called to check they would be able to do an adult portion of sausage and chips for his adult, autistic son, they immediately offered to reserve a quieter table for us...More
We visited this pub several times whilst on holiday here for the week. Throughout the week the food has been delicious, staff have been friendly and both us and our dog have been made welcome. Definitely recommend.
We visited the Plough and Sail last Friday and were not disappointed. The pub and restaurant were lovely and warm and inviting.
We did not have to wait too long before we were offered drinks and we both decided not to have a starter but...More
I am a fan of this place and have never had a duff meal. The last time we were here I had beer battered fish and chips which was so large I couldn't finish it, husband had sea bass with a mound of green vegetables...More
Even though we arrived a few minutes after the official end of Sunday lunch serving, the lovely waitress was happy to rush through our order. Food was excellent - whole sea bass a highlight. Superb homemade desserts. Service superb throughout. Highly recommended. £23 per head...More
Visit this Restaurant frequently.
Always have a good menu selection [ we dont eat meat ] with several specials too.
Highlight for us are the Fish dishes with usually at least two Fish specials available.
This time we had the Pea & Mint Risotto with...More
Popped in here for the first time without a reservation. We were on a tight timescale as we were in Snape to see the Co-op Juniors Christmas show. Within 10 minutes we were at a table with drinks and food on order. The food was...More