On 19-3-2012 marknut said :
"Recently visited this pub for a family birthday. Location would be excellent for a summertime pint, bar staff very good, quality and selection of drinks excellent. However I believe it is only fair to describe as a restaurant in the same way that you would describe McDonalds as such starting with self service and payment on ordering. We went for a combo starter which was a Tex/mex style mixture of frozen/deep fried nibbles similar to a supermarket party box. Main courses were small in size inc. the 8oz rump (wish I`d had some scales with me).The lasagne and pork loin were little better, cumberland sausage was decent then every plate was piled high with frozen chips! Veg was an uninspired spoonful of frozen peas and carrots and salad garni with everything including the sausage! With prices similar to most local restaurants I find it difficult to believe that anyone would fall for this on a regular basis and won`t be returning in a hurry. (Well maybe in the summer just for a pint). "
On 21-2-2012 bernard12 said :
"Went last night. Excellent as usual. Some menu changes that I will be going back to try (if I can keep myself from ordering from the specials board). The salmon and smoked haddock pie on the specials board last night was amazing. All the food is home made, a lesson the big chain pubs could learn from."
On 29-5-2011 jcorcoran78 said :
"We visited this pub today and were very disappointed by the food. Beef goulash consisted of half a dozen gristly lumps of beef in a dish in a watery pale beige sauce. Strangely accompanied by cold yellow rice, coleslaw, hard new potatoes, tepid carrots/peas, and a wilting, yellowing salad. Almost inedible. At a charge of £7.95. My companions did not fare much better. The fish in the fish and chips was clearly frozen and not fresh, and the pork and apple pie again made badly of poor quality meat, accompanied by tired veg. They may pile it high, but it is awful quality. Piles of chips do not mean value for money. We informed the manager we were unhappy, but to say he was disinterested was an understatement. Avoid. They are vastly overcharging for poor quality, badly cooked food. The pub itself is also very tired and dated. Such a shame as it's a beautiful spot. Try the Stubbin in nearby Hebden Bridge instead for lovely quality, well cooked food."
On 17-1-2006 jules said :
"Warm and friendly pub,tasty home made pub meals,good childrens menu too,small seperate no smoking area,which I think could be extended,excellent service too for a busy eating pub. "
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