Looking for a dog friendly place in Ross on wye. Asked in a cafe and was directed to the kings head. Lovely place, excellent coffee with friendly staff. Very dog friendly. Would recommend.
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We had decided to stop at Ross on wye to have lunch on our way to Wales and chose the King's Head almost at random. I chose a cheese ploughman's, which was excellent: three local cheeses, a pile of fresh bread, a properly dressed green...More
We had not booked but luckily a waitress found us a table. The food was amazing. My partner had fish.. lots of it! My steak was cooked to perfection and the onion rings were massive! Never seen them so big! Staff were brilliant. Highly reccomend!
We were staying at the hotel and the restaurant looked inviting. The building is old but the restaurant is very contemporary, well lit and comfortable. I had lamb and my wife had battered fish. Both were cooked very well and were decent sized portions. There...More
Popped in for lunch on a Monday and chose the excellent value two course lunch menu. Two courses for £11.99. Both my partner and I went for the butternut squash soup which came sprinkled with croutons and with two delicious slices of fresh bread. For...More
A pre-wedding dinner for 14 family members - food excellent and service friendly and on the whole efficient. There was a bit of a muddle with one order which was a shame as we did ring and preorder everything. Good value for money and we...More
Lovely food staff very friendly We had the pork belly and the breast of lamb which was excellent we ate in the library which is relaxed and peaceful They welcome dogs and this wasnt a problem for us One drawback we went back for a...More
Thank you for your lovely review, we are really pleased you enjoyed your meal. We serve evening meals in the Restaurant and Library 7 days a week, from 6pm to 9pm, booking is recommended. I'm not sure why you were under the impression we closed...More
Nice food and a good selection of drinks. The staff were helpful and friendly and we felt very welcomed to Ross on Wye.
Established in 1590, this Hotel/Pub was a great place to have a late lunch, early dinner. We loved the atmosphere, and the owner was delightful to talk to. Very personable. Food was well prepared and delicious. We did not stay here as a hotel, we...More
Ate here twice due to limited options elsewhere in town during a long weekend (some of the highly rated restaurants in the area were closed for holidays!). Decent gastropub style food. The pie and soup of the day seem to be pie and soup of...More