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All reviews pie the pub pork sunday roast excellent value for money home cooked food cannot recommend highly enough bar area warm welcome nags head homemade chips popular with locals dear friend great meal proper homemade ate here very generous portions
• It took quite a while for our food to turn up.
• Absolutely tremendous pies! We can recommend the steak with blue cheese pie, the fish pie and the steak with black pudding pie (the last one just has to be a...More
Went here for tea last with our grandchildren and their parents. We had a lovely warm welcome the food was excellent I had the Steak and Stilton pie was amazing, the children ate burgers and one had the scampi and they ate the lot including...More
Chose the Nags Head for our last night get together with our son, his wife and two young boys, it was a Saturday night and wasn’t sure we would be able to get booked in as everywhere was busy. No problem for a 6.00 table....More
13 of us descended on the pub on a Saturday night as it was the closest pub to where we were camping, but the staff were great, very friendly and produced some great very reasonably priced pub food - the Bakewell tart was amazing!
Called in on spec with our two year old twins. Lovely welcome.
Had an excellent lunch - £6.50 odd for two courses - quality of meals was very good and the chips were superb - gourmet quality. The carrot cake cheesecake was superb.
Another warm welcome even though we only visit here probably twice a year. Even the local regulars were friendly. Food is fab, especially the pie but they are very large portions. Sunday lunch also amazing. All proper home made food. Only one down comment, no...More