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I have been coming here, when in the UK, for years and years. Food served at lunchtime is, in truth, nothing special and, as others have pointed out, there is no food in the evening although you can get a good pork pie!
Four of us ate here last Friday afternoon. Drinks were fine, ales were nice and Cornish Rattler was also a nice surprise.
My friend and I a big fan of Lasagne but prefer a good, firm block of Lasagne, not a runny 'splat' as some...More
Well we read the reviews on this pub and they are outstanding.
DO NOTE THEY DO NOT SERVE FOOD IN THE EVENINGS!!!!
Such a shame but thats how it is and they gave us a recommendation for The Plough just down the road and thats...More
I visit this pub infrequently but consider it my regular and it has been for over 20 years. If you like great real ale, quiet friendly adult conversation, dogs, good pub grub, (especially the cheese and pork pies), real fires, olde worlde charm then you’ll...More
Dropped in for lunch whilst in the area. What a find! Just like a pub should be, pleased not to be surrounded by TV's. Obviously very popular because later arrivals struggled to find a free table.
I had the mixed ploughmans and my wife had...More
a real old fashioned pub which i have visited regulally for years great beer no music no tv great atmosphere one problem is dogs well there owners why do people with dogs think every one else loves them i know of two couples that like...More
My wife and I stopped of for lunch at the Griffin today , we started of with two gin and tonics we struggled to choose which one to have as the selection is great. We then had two ploughmans salads which I have to say...More