We had a fantastic Sunday Lunch. The roast was superb. We had the beef and nut roast and both were excellent. The vegetarian gravy is the BEST I have EVER had. The chocolate brownie for dessert was to die for. We definitely will be back!!!
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A great Glastonbury pub which is full of character and characters! Called in a few times with our dog when we are in Glastonbury, not eaten here yet but it's a great place in which dogs are allowed anywhere inside. Barmaids and barmen are always...More
good fun, great music and good cider. The music varies and caters for many tastes, the ciders are always good and this pub has a really good beer garden with a well. I have been coming here on and off for many years and although...More
As part of our trip to Glastonbury my wife and I popped into the King Arthur for a drink and posibly something to eat. We were immediately impressed with the friendly welcome and both went for a pint of Lucky Penny which proved to be...More
Visited here while passing for my husbands birthday he doesn't like roast dinners, when we arrived he picked something else then we were told only roasts today! (Sunday) Then we both enjoyed our Roast dinners which he said it's the best he's had! Very tasty...More
Popped in for drinks while visiting Glastonbury. Saw there was a beer festival so would have been rude not to! Great selection of beers straight from the barrel - many of them local ones and unfamiliar to us but the tasting notes made choosing easy....More
King Arthur is a typical English pub, old with its own spirit. Has great local ales to offer, but in my opinion the beer garden could be improved a bit.
Dropped in initially for a Sunday roast after reading great reviews about them. No tables available then a band started to set up,so we settled for a couple of pints instead. The roasts that we saw looked really great on others' plates though and I...More
I am a local to glastonbury and after hearing all the rants and raves about how amazing their sunday roast is, I decided to pay a visit and see what all the fuss was about. Well, I was not disappointed. I would count my self...More