Reasonable price, food good. Seats not too comfortable. Good location, was able to walk there from hotel.
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We popped in for food an a drink.... Lovely. Truely lovely. Food was great and the beer/ale was kept well and was a delight. We went back so that's a good review....
An amazing meal with excellent service and a great atmosphere. One of the best meals we had for a long time and I love the paper tablecloths and crayons on every table.
Wookey is a lovely village and this pub is a quirky place to enjoy lunch. We sat in the garden and had their Wookey burger and Boar burger. Very meaty and tasty they were too, served with a lovely mayonnaise with a bit of a...More
We came here as we were staying in the wookey hole hotel across the road and didnt fancy they restaurant. We had a lovely warm welcome and a wonderful range of starters mains and desserts. We both opted for the special which was tagnatelli with...More
what a find excellent beer choice of three cask ales food to die for only start serving after 6pm but well worth waiting for staff and owners very friendly polite and helpful on second visit talking to chef all food locally sourced all sauces etc...More
We were attracted to the Inn by the fact it has a spacious beer garden and the weather was stunning, and the quality of the food came as a welcome bonus. The menu is varied and interesting and a few of our friends went for...More
On arrival the evening menu was expensive and none of our party found it very appealing, so we decided to go with evening specials instead. The meals ordered were all OK, but quite average. The trio of sausages came with mash with far too much...More
Sunday lunch before a look around the caves. Staff were really friendly, and took an interest in all of our group. proactively giving the children something to draw with and letting them give their own orders for food and drink. Food was a little more...More
Just occasionally, a wonderful surprise comes along and does exactly what wonderful surprises should do... After a painful journey to Wookey Hole with four small and hungry children (2, 5, 6 and 8), checking in to a very bland hotel, and an aborted visit to...More