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All reviews east kirkby the pub table number ordering drinks sunday carvery yorkshire pudding lovely lunch home made steak and ale pie friendly welcome roast potatoes large portions stayed nights well worth a visit comfortable room bar area on arrival excellent value
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Reviewed October 8, 2017 via mobile

After spending the weekend at a local caravan site we decided a good hearty lunch was in order and having passed this pub many times on our travels we decided to give the Sunday roast a try. We arrived early and realised we had made a good choice as whilst we were ordering drinks the place was filling up very quickly with families and one very large party who virtually filled the dining room. As we had not booked we were asked if we minded sitting in the bar area to eat, we said of course we didn't and several other people were doing the same. We were given a table number and within minutes we were called through to the Carvery.
There were three meats to choose from....turkey, gammon and beef. All were beautifully cooked, very moist and tender. They were served with roast potatoes, Yorkshire pudding and then you helped yourself to carrots, broccoli, red cabbage and mashed potatoes plus gravy and sauces. There was gluten free gravy and gluten free Yorkshire puddings available which delighted our daughter-in-law as often the gravy can be made but rarely the puddings....one very happy diner!! The vegetables were cooked to perfection and although there was not a huge range to choose from this was more than made up for by the quality offered.
We all cleared our plates and although, there was an extensive list of puddings, again including several gluten free we could not unfortunately manage anything else. The waiting on staff were all friendly and welcoming including the chef who obviously enjoys his work and takes pride in serving his customers. The whole bill for four plus a round of drinks came to £45.50 which we all thought was excellent value.
I would highly recommend this Sunday Carvery to anyone who likes a good traditional Sunday roast in a lovely atmosphere and say a big thank you to all concerned...we will return hopefully very soon. Thank you Red Lion!

Date of stay: October 2017
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank cupcakemker
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Reviewed October 2, 2017

Historic pub with ambience. Room was clean and comfortable. Staff was very nice. We got there late because we were lost and they ordered Chinese food for us because we hadn't eaten. Lots of locals eat and drink in the pub and restaurant - the food was excellent. The breakfast was made-to-order - the eggs were delicious.

Date of stay: September 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank zeezeeshredder
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Reviewed September 9, 2017

Stayed 2 nights. Friendly, helpful, welcoming staff; immaculate, comfortable en suite room. Excellent wide choice of freshly-prepared meals, with local veg', and wonderful (choice of five (5) hot dishes) breakfasts. It's a traditional English country pub' of a very high standard in every respect. The proprietor has a lifetime's experience of running a pub's and it shows in the quality of service and services provided for the traveller. Highly recommended.

Room tip: all rooms on same upstairs corridor; good sound insulation; overlook countryside - lovely
Date of stay: September 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled solo
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Thank JSMR893
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Reviewed March 19, 2017 via mobile

I stayed here for 2 nights, it's great value as the rooms are a good size, warm and comfortable

Fabulous showers, very welcome after a long flight.

Plenty of parking available and the wifi worked well..

Breakfast is included and is HUGE!

Only downside is the distance from Boston, but that's just the description that doesn't state it

Date of stay: March 2017
Trip type: Travelled solo
Thank Micahat3
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Reviewed November 7, 2016

We had a two night break and had two double rooms booked. We had experienced long delays during our journey and didn't arrive until 1am. We phoned several times to let the landlord know our impending arrival times, and he waited up for us which we were truly appreciative after a six hour drive. Comfy beds in both rooms, coffee and tea and bottle water together with biscuits were complimentary. The breakfast was absolutely gorgeous and used local bacon and lincolnshire sausages which were all very tasty. Plenty of cereal and juices and a a great choice for breakfast. Full english, kippers etc etc.We had a evening meal in front of a roaring fire which warmed us up after a long day at the Lincolnshire Aviation centre. I chose the Steak and Ale pie which was absolutely out of this world, really, really tasty. The other dishes were Liver and Bacon with vegetables and that was gorgeous as well. The other two dishes were fish and chips and chilli, all exceptional and huge portions. We love the old fashioned pub meals without being mucked around to look posh, but keeping it traditional. Well worth the visit and we would recommend this establishment.

Date of stay: November 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank pearlyLondon
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