Great food, very friendly staff. Would definitely recommend. Large outdoor sitting area. We had a lovely time here.
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What a lovely village pub, with the benefit of a very friendly landlord. Great atmosphere, superb food and attentive service. All in all a great night and we would all definitely return. Recommend the Haggis Fritters, and Pork Belly was cooked to perfection. The early...More
We visited as a family group of six for a birthday celebration. The place was relaxing and comfortable with welcoming and friendly staff. The menu was varied so most people could find more than one thing to eat. The staff were prompt cheerful and efficient....More
Our party of four recently ordered the early evening 3 course meal, this was good value and of a very high standard, we all agreed the starter of the Dun Cow flaked haddock in cheese sauce was exceptional, although every course was delicious. We were...More
What a wonderful evening we had. Staff were very helpful and attentive. Menu large and varied. Just picked what we would like then the special board arrived. Making it even more difficult to make our minds up.However, we were not disappointed. Would defiantly go again....More
business trip in the area so spent an evening on my own. The staff and food at the Olde Dun Cow was all good and set in a nice relaxed pub surrounding
We were staying in the village and walked to Ye Olde Dun Cow for an evening meal. The food was great, flavoursome and delicious. Service was brilliant and efficient. Would highly recommend for food and drink at reasonable prices. The staff were cheerful and attentive....More
Traditional pub food in a traditional old English style pub in quaint Staffordshire village. Recommended for Sunday lunch - try the roast dinners! Children are welcome. Good range of beers, ciders, spirits and soft drinks. Very friendly and welcoming staff.
Went with my wife and Mother In Law for a lunch.....cannot fault it! Service friendly and speedy, menu extensive, prices very reasonable......what more can I say? Well worth a visit!