Great atmosphere, cosy and very friendly staff and excellent service - Sunday roast is delicious too.
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we went to this pub a few times as my elderly relative lives near and it is convenient to walk there. The pub is ok. Service normally quite slow, both for drinks and food. The food is nice but not every time. A bit of...More
Have been going to this local for many years....watching its slow decline. Sadly if you want a pint and a sandwich go elsewhere. Even the regulat lunchtime diners have deserted it. £5.95 for two slices of cut loaf plus half a sasuage and some cold...More
A very charming pub, many people were drinking at the bar and my husband and I were the only couple sitting down to dinner. The service was good, and Isabel was very sweet, charming and attentive. We ordered the melted Camembert platter to share as...More
Great pub, great food and very welcoming staff. Superb roast, all trimmings were delicious. Great value for money. They had a deal for 2 roasts for £20 with the chicken and gammon, they were out of gammon but offered to change the deal to include...More
We visited the Griffin on a Saturday evening for a meal and were surprised to find we were the only customers in the saloon bar. This is an old fashioned pub and during our stay the public bar was very busy with drinkers. The old...More