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All reviews sundae baked brie spring rolls pudding lamb rump ice cream sea bass pie sunday roast curry specials board standard menu great friendly staff midweek lunch generous portions food was fantastic the pub
Such a friendly warm pub with a great menu . We kept changing our minds as everything sounded so good . We were not disappointed with our choices . The smoked haddock with welsh rarebit was a triumph . Steak was cooked to perfection ....More
Visited for Sunday lunch after a frosty greeting from White Bear in Masham and so pleased we did. The friendliness of all the staff, the excellent quality of the meal and the general ambience was perfect in every way. Cannot wait til the next time.
What a joy it was to walk into this village Inn out the cold, and into a cosy room with a log burning fire, a welcoming smile and a friendly Hello from the Landlord. Nothing was a bother for this man! We choose simple dishes...More
We visited the Milbank Arms for lunch with our American friends who were visiting from Delaware. Despite heavy rain outside, we received a warm welcome and had a fabulous lunch. The venison sausages and the steak and ale pie were outstanding. My only criticism is...More
Went for my birthday meal on Saturday with family. Our food was first class and we all enjoyed our meals. Service was excellent as well as friendly. Lovely pub, great food and service can't wait to go back.
I ate here last Friday lunchtime and was impressed by the varied menu which included light bites, bar meals and several specials.
Everyone in our group enjoyed what they had and the pinot grigio was lovely. Would highly recommend.
Ate here with a party of six, we booked but possibly wouldn’t have needed to. Warm welcome and staff were great. All had a roast dinner and I had a similar ham dish. Plenty of veg and nice Yorkshire puds, we were asked how we...More