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What a hot day to visit! Obviously we headed straight for the beer garden but there were few umbrellas so plenty of open unusable tables. We sat under awning which was fine but there were no flowers. Okay. Maybe more of a winter place!More
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Response from Christo T, Owner at Ye Old Fighting CocksResponded 3 weeks ago
We have thousands of people that visit our garden and believe it or not, not everyone wants an umbrella like you. To say unusable area is not only wrong but completely unreasonable and very misleading. 70% of our garden is covered or has...More
Nice roast Sunday in this lovely pub, super nice positioned.
The food was really good, tasty and complete; the beer garden has a nice spot view on the lake and park side.
We had to wait a bit for the food, but was a good...More
Love this place! Me and my boyfriend often take a walk around the lake with our jack Russel and then pop in for a bite to eat and a strawberry beer , lovely in the summer and lovely in the winter too! It's such a...More
My long term favourite pub! Not only has history but it is a charming place!
Food and beer is good! Beer garden is nice but get crowded in the summer! They do very nice pizza at the garden!
Definitely worth a visit if you are...More
They claim to be the oldest pub in England. Unsure on legitimacy, but was a cool experience. The portobello burger was really good. I took a star off because I asked the bartender whether the cider was sweet or dry, she said sweet, but in...More
Response from Christo T, Owner at Ye Old Fighting CocksResponded 20 June 2017
Thank you for you kind and honest review.
We have now trained all part time staff on our new cider. I also accept that you must have got your cider at the end of a barrel. As it's a natural product it will...More