Superb cant wait to go back. Excellent service. Excellent food. Great steaks and pies. Desserts scrumpious.
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Paid two visits in as many months. The menu is varied and all sounds and looks tempting. I chose a sandwich which had lots filling in fresh bread, side salad and crisis. The staff are quietly efficient but remained very friendly. Pub and staff always...More
Visited as a group of six. Very busy but a table was soon organised. Very good menu and choice of beers & wines. Service was excellent. The food was truly amazing and reasonably priced. Excellent if your caravanning at Dornafield. If your in the area...More
Six of us with one very well behaved dog ate here in the bar. Pleasant ambience. Dogs are not accepted in the restaurant area. We ordered a varied menu - only two had starters - whitebait and prawn cocktails. Main courses - two had different...More
We came here for a family Sunday Lunch following a friend's recommendation. The staff were very friendly and we liked the atmosphere of this traditional and cosy Inn. There was a nice selection on the menu but we all opted for the Roast Beef dinner....More
Ate here 3 times while on holiday nearby, twice in the evening and once for Sunday lunch. Service and food was fantastic every time. My wife raved over the traditional steak and kidney pudding (so good she had it twice), I tried a burger, venison...More
We found this great little pub last year and returned twice this week as we were staying locally. The food is excellent value, the roast dinners are good (but missing the Yorkshire puds sadly!) and my fish & chips were done to perfection. Ambiance is...More
We found this place simply by driving by and being hungry. My husband and I visited 2 1/2 years ago on our honeymoon. To this day, we rave about Two Mile Oak! We visited twice while we were in England - first for lunch, second...More
Lovely and characterful old fashioned pub, good service friendly landlady and good food. Recommend the steak and ale pie which was great my wife thoroughly enjoyed the fish pie which beat her due to generous food size. Reasonably priced and booking essential.
A great pub with a real traditional feel to it. We had a family get together, the food came promptly and the service was very helpful and friendly. They have specials and fairly typical pub fayre the menu has something for everyone. I had homemade...More