A lovely place to sit outside and while away a few hours. Sunday lunch with my children (13 & 17). Good amount of food and good value. Friendly staff too.
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Just home after a meal with friends at the Six Bells. After decent shared starters (prawns and whitebait) the mains were spectacularly poor - fish & chips somewhere below Iceland; avocado in the ladies' salads was brown. At least it was cheap, at £20 per...More
We had an evening meal here with the family. The staff were pleasant and there was a good atmosphere. The food was typical pub food. Big portions, but the cod was disappointing. More batter than fish. The steak was good though. Deserves a second chance.
Stopped here for a quick spot of lunch. Staff couldn't have been friendlier. Had the shared platter and it was fantastic. Lovely thick cuts of ham, huge amounts of cheese, hot pork pie and a locally made scotch egg. The icing on the cake ......More
This was my second visit in the last year. The general appearance of the place is good but lacks atmosphere due to its size and big empty spaces. The menu is varied and the staff scarce, although the service was not bad due to lack...More
Varied menu - lasagne, scampi, pies, hamburgers etc. Bar staff were pleasant and service was efficient. Welcoming atmosphere. Would recommend.
We hadn’t been to the Six Bells for about ten years, went there for lunch today as you can take your dog into the bar to eat. There is parking at the front, but it was full (unlike the pub), so ended up parking in...More
The food came out and wasn't that warm. It was nice but nothing special. Prices reasonable though. Seemed like there was literally one member of staff in the pub and restaurant bit so service not too good. Considering it was a Saturday it was almost...More
Always excellent. Arrange family get togethers every few months and just keep coming back - great food, great atmosphere, great staff
We went just for a drink so don't know what the food was like but we were very impressed by the wheelchair access as I use a wheelchair. It is a very old tudor builidng, beautiful and well maintained with gardens. They have made a...More