We had a drink here on a quiet Sunday evening. It's a big place, and we rather rattled around in it. The beer was good!
They brew their own beer which is very good, we had the 3X which we found to be very drinkable. The food is very good, they do a really good burger, home made onion rings and lovely chunky hand cut chips here but a meal for two adults and three kids, homemade cheese cake for desert with icecream for the... More
I keep thinking I'll try something else from the menu, but the BLT in the Three Tuns is the best you can get so I never do. The salad is fresh and crisp, the bacon is wonderful and the bread (you can buy it from the bakers in Church Stretton High Street) is fabulous. Accompanied by crisps and salad garnish.... More
Have been coming here for years, mainly for the sublime beer. XXX bitter is fab, 1642 bitter a less potent but very good alternative. The newish Rantipole is also a good brew. Had Sunday lunch here in June. It was unspectacular and not cheap. Some friends of one of us turned up at about 2.05pm and were not able to... More
We have been eating here for years and only had one bad meal-thankfully was a one off blip! Steaks are our favourite but have had good pork and fish dishes in the past. Starters are big so order one to share. Puddings and ice cream are nice but rarely have room due to portion sizes. Good lighting and friendly atmosphere.... More
Bit apprehensive as there have been mixed reviews. Didn't need to worry as the food and the beer were both great. Had the steak which came as requested. Excellent chunky chips. The real surprise was the bread and butter pudding which can be a bit hit and miss in restaurants but this was spot on. The folk who waited on... More
Visited August BH Sunday and pre-booked a party of 5 adults and 1 child. Table set-up and ready for us on arrival. Good selection of Sunday lunches with usual roasts but other items available from the menu. All we tried were of good quality and reasonable value. Excellent beer selection from next door brewery as always can't be faulted. Well... More
The Three Tuns is famous for its brewery, but apart from a range of outstanding beers they also serve excellent meals. The food was good, reasonably priced and the service was great.
Over the past 8 years we have been regular customers to the Three Tuns Pub .Today however will sadly be our last.I have always classed it as " a guaranteed place" to get a great tasting locally sourced meal with the added bonus of a delicious selection of real ales.I have recommended it to many friends and past colleagues.Today we... More
We came in for an evening meal without a reservation around 7.15 and were told there would not be a table available until 8.00. That was fair enough, and we decided to wait. However, when we actually sat down and ordered our main course we were then told there would be a 25 minute wait for food to be prepared... More
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