Thought we would give this place a go as it's a little bit out of the way and have heard some very good reports about it. So we went for the lunch, the menu is varied and has some very good options which you might...More
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Me, my husband and son visited on the evening of 14th August after constantly passing in the car and mentioning we'd like to go in! Eventually pulled up and went in for tea after a day out and we certainly weren't disappointed. From the moment...More
Never been before but our lunch was very nice,a carvery so help yourself.I had turkey and beef both very tender and loads of veg to choose from,we will be back.
Every time we visit for lunch, dinner or Sunday Lunch the food and staff are amazing. It is worth a visit for anyone who hasn't been before as once you go you will defiantly go back; but make sure you book especially on an evening.
We were taking the parents for some lunch, and we've had a pint here but haven't stopped for food, but always a good enticing smell, so we went for it. Did was delicious, staff was lovely and everyone (which is not easy) was happy with...More
My husband and I visit this pub on a regular basis as the food is outstanding. My favourite is the ribeye steak and crushed new potatoes - fabulous. My husband varies with his choice and loves the ribs, burgers and steaks. The staff are extremely...More
OK, so we went in search of some food on a Sunday evening and for the most part in this neck of the woods you are looking at the likes of Wetherspoons. The Duke of York we found does serve food on a Sunday Evening...More
Driving down from Northumberland trying to find somewhere for lunch. Time was getting on and we were getting hungry. Came across the Duke of York at Crook really hungry now in we went. Met by very attentive staff, ordered two meals and sat down to...More