On 04-5-2011 stephj said :
"The food is ok- just. Clearly overpriced for each meal but that's why it has the two for one option so that people feel they are getting a good deal for the food. I've eaten here on several occasions - convenient location - and never enjoyed a meal yet. The menu is clearly too large for any of the food to be fresh or of good quality. Why can't places just cook using local produce and help the local economy? Instead there are cooks there instead of chefs who heat up bland food that is about the quality of ready meal. Avoid unless your desperate! Although if you like ready meals maybe you should go. I'm sure some people like that type of food and enjoy the opportunity to eat out still so maybe this is for them!"
On 02-2-2008 js36086 said :
"This pub has been re-furbished in Nov 07 and is unrecognisable from its former self. A much improved interior and exterior - dining and pub area is modernly decorated, light, comfy sofa's etc. Good range on menu,typically £8/£10 for a main course. The upstairs childrens soft-play area has also been refurbed, great for kids up to 12, there is great separate play area for under 5's. (£3 per session)"
On 18-12-2005 closjoanne said :
"This pub is very child friendly. Reasonably priced for a family."
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