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We popped in on the off chance for a saturday lunch with the kids. Service was good, food came out hot and well cooked and the menu had a good range of choice. My burger ("what a porker") came out and I could not believe...More
Handy position right by the bus station so popped in and found a pub without a coffee cup in sight in the main bar,A separate eating area and a spacious drinking area.Large covered area outside for smokers or fresh air customers and prices competitive with...More
Went here with my mother, sister, brother-in-law and niece for lunch. Ordered burgers and children's food. Burgers got sent out undercooked, absolutely disgusting. Sent back and then received burnt, there's no in-between. Either burnt or raw? The child's corn on the cob was burnt, and...More
I stumbled across this pub/bar on Saturday. My family were meeting me later, and I was looking for a suitable venue for us to watch the rugby. Football was on, and at first I wasn't sure it was suitable.
I spoke to the bar staff...More
I have been in this pub on quite a few occasions, it's a handy meeting point for the town centre and certainly everything is keenly priced.
It can be have quite a dingy feel at lunchtime though (as it was last week), thanks to the...More
We had three meals and three drinks for less than £30. Food was decent and staff friendly and helpful. Decor and clientele is typical wetherspoons-ish. Is the only pub I have ever been asked if I want to buy some meat by one of the...More
Close to the Bus stop but neither serves great food or has a standout collection of beverages. Quite average food with no or limited crowd during weekdays. Weekends sometimes see crowds. Barman is helpful.