The food was overpriced for what it was - the bubble and squeak was not cooked well and parts were hard, my partners meal was just ok, we have both had much better food here in the past.
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Lovely pub, great Jazz on a Wednesday lunchtime and an excellent steak and ale pie. Would recommend to anyone who wants a lovely treat.
Been a couple of times now, excellent! Cannot fault it, friendly staff, excellent food, lovely surroundings & Simon is spot on with his customer service. So good we've booked to return next week. Recommend booking in advance if your thinking of going, take your dog...More
Visited form West Midlands to Celebrate son's 50th Birthday with Grandson. The welcome was warm and friendly. The Restaurant was quiet but very well appointed and comfortable (Believe you may need to book for week ends) The Menu is varied and our selections were excellent...More
We eat at one of the other Steaming Billy pubs (Railway Hinckley) quite regularly so thought we would try here for a change. The staff were really pleasant through out our meal although service was extremly slow.The starters were lovely but we were surprised the...More
We all had food from the Party Menu and everyone’s meal was delicious. Hot, tasty and a world away from the usual mass catering offerings. The staff were really friendly and very patient when half of us couldn’t remember what we’d ordered!!!! Thanks for a...More
Had a table booked in the conservatory, was greeted with friendly service, ordered drinks and food at the bar, fish and chips and steak and ale pie, both beautifully home cooked, well presented and a good hot temperature, nice atmosphere with a mix of 80s...More
Just passing with work and spotted this place, we called in although looked shut from the front. Nice menu, we chose pie and Welsh rabbit, very nice and well cooked we left stuffed. The food, service and choice were all good, it got a 4...More
The food was excellent, cooked to the highest standard. I had the lamb and my friends had beef with fresh vegetables. It could have been slightly warmer when served! The Eton Mess was the only slight let down with too much cream and too much...More