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All reviews the pub ducks and geese suet pudding specials board a family run business off the beaten track log fire rooms are fine real ale lovely atmosphere varied menu nice bathroom fresh milk poster bed down to earth full english friendly welcome
Booked last minute for a Sunday lunch for 6, ordered crab and was told sold out which was understandable due to our late booking however my daughter ordered scampi. When our meals arrived she complained that it didn't seem like scampi, we informed the waiter...More
My partner and I visited for 3 nights, we were hoping my aunt would be well enough for us to visit but unfortunately we didn’t get to see her which meant we had three days to ourselves. We arrived to a warm greeting and the...More
We often visit our daughter in Plymouth, usually, we stay nearer the center, but on this occasion, I wanted to stay a bit further out, I came across The Crooked Inn, and it looked just like the sort place to have a short stay.
A group of us visited the Crooked Inn last week for a birthday meal. In all honesty I was dubious about eating here again having visited a couple of years ago and the experience then had been disappointing.
However, this was the chosen location of...More
We called in hear for lunch on the way back from the Adrenalin quarry. It was by 60th birthday, there were 5 adults and one child plus the dog.
Soft drinks are expensive a round of 5 was £12.80, food however was good value and...More