When my brother and i wanted an impromptu lunch, i suggested The Moorings as, in the past, i had had good food here and it was popular. We arrived to an unusually quiet bar for a Sunday. They had no real beer on draught as...More
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Called in this pub last night to see a local band and was shocked by the condition of the toilets, they where filthy and smelly if fact they looked like they had not been cleaned for months. The wife said the ladies was just as...More
Came here for our works Christmas do. Food was ok but nothing special. However the had no white wine at all, and no Bailey's, which was unbelievable. Also no Christmas Crackers, so overall quite disappointing.
Lovely location, friendly staff,good food and clean inside. Loved the fact it had various areas to sit,comfy lounge or table -chairs dining. All seats had a good view of the narrow boats and canal. Ordered two chicken/stuffing in a big Yorky pud. Chips were great,loved...More
I ordered the Sirloin steak (medium rare) which comes with chips, fried tomatoes, peas (I asked for no peas), onion rings and pepper corn sauce, which cost an extra couple of pounds for the sauce . Worst steak I've never had. The steak was well...More
We were in the area and first time lunch visit as the Mongolian restaurant above were closed . Plenty of car parking. Fantastic tranquil locations with long canal boats moored directly next to to restaurant. Interior deco is traditional. Various seating arrangements available with low...More
The Moorings is a lovely pub so we decided to go for lunch with our two daughters, we hadn't been for awhile and decided to give it a try. Husband had Spicy Chicken but wasn't madly happy that it was two small legs with not...More