Stopped for lunch and a pint, lovely building, cosy inside, great food, beer, and service really friendly atmosphere. Would definitely return, well worth a visit.
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Came across the pub quite back accident whilst on a recce of our planned holiday cottage nearby. Decided to stop for lunch at the carvery in the adjacent building. I love this type of traditional pub and the meal was great as well as the...More
Great atmosphere friendly service and lovely food Great place Traditional pub with great choice of meals and drinks
Visited today for Lunch. A warm welcome from a friendly Landlord and Landlady, lovely decor,open fires etc. Nice friendly locals and good food. Will return again.
We have visited the Talbot on and off for the past 9 years, and have experienced it at its best and at its worst! However it was taken over recently by a really lovely couple who do everything they can to make you welcome. They...More
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We heard that the Talbot had brought in a new chef from London that specialises in Food trends.. and wow we were jot disappointed. The corned Beef Hash spring rolls were to die for, then my main was the southern fried chicken and bacon pizza...More
Decided to give the place a try for dinner with a friend after having read some favourable reviews . Place empty at 8.00 pm, no menu available but advised that the choices were limited to fish, spicy chicken or meat in a bap with chips...More
The pub is beautiful! Great selection of wine/beer/ale. The bar staff in particular are friendly, happy and always polite. Food is lovely, served warm, great portions…… when it eventually arrives?! Only negative would be that waiting an hour for food when it seemed we were...More