We had a very enjoyable meal after a day in the Tamar Valley. Food and wine was good with friendly service.
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Have eaten here a few times and I can always guarantee that I get good flavour and great service. It's not cheap - but it is consistently good
Had dinner here on a Friday night. Service was friendly and professional all round and really nice atmosphere. Good menu and wine list at reasonable prices. Really enjoyed our meal and would definitely be a regular if we lived locally.
We visited here with a group of friends and enjoyed a lovely meal. The service was friendly and attentive. About half of us chose the banquet and the rest chose off the menu due to dietary requirements. The banquet had a range of delicious choices and came with unlimited naan and rice. Good choice of reasonably priced wines on the... More
If you know good Indian food, dont bother coming here. It is not authentic Indian. Friends ordered completely different dishes but had the same sauce (just changed the meat over). Naan bread looked like it had been bought from a supermarket and just warmed up. The food is not good at all. The Biryani was the worst I have ever... More
Hi Lynne, I'm not sure if you were aware whilst dining at out restaurant that you had one of the owners waiting your table so we definitely remember your situation. You ordered a prawn biryani and when you received your dish you asked where the curry was. The description on our menu for this dish is 'A highly seasoned, simmered... More
After 5 nights out in small towns, eating with the locals on standard pub fare, the Pickled place was a great. classy change. Great tasting, large servings, and a good wine list ably manned by a group of eager waiters. I would definitely go here again.
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