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All reviews lunch menu staff were welcoming sunday roast warm welcome tasty food lovely atmosphere long drive old building excellent value llandrindod wells sharing platter landlord character tender homemade pint
Having driven up from Cornwall and not found anywhere open for a Lunch stop (on a Tuesday) The Severn Arms was sight for sore eyes. The young lady was very welcoming and the food was quickly delivered as were our drinks. Both our meals were...More
Heading from the North Midlands to Tenby across country avoiding the motorways came across this gem,
Dark wooden beams in the ceilings solid wooden doors a beautiful old coaching inn thats retained its character.
Had items off the lunch menu in the bar.
We stopped here after a day out looking for somewhere nice for food instead of cooking at home
Prices were reasonable if the food was good(unfortunately the food was no where near good)
Ordered a rump steak medium rare, don't think the chef knew what...More
Popped in for a Sunday roast while on holiday in the area, nice roast dinner, very reasonably priced, large portion sizes, puddings were lovely
Young ladies that served us were very chatty, friendly and welcoming.
Popped in for an afternoon steak. The steak was tough, the mushroom was swimming in oil, the tomato and peas were ok but went for a swim in the mushroom oil when i cut into it. The chips though. I'm sure that long ago they...More