Had a lovely meal here, I only wanted a starter as a main and this was no issue, food was very good and the lemon tart is the best I’ve ever had. Would highly recommend and we are making another visit in two weeks
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Our son and daughter in law had their wedding here on Friday November 10th. It was perfect from start to finish. Amazing venue, with stunning scenery. The whole day ran like clockwork and we would like to thank Mark for that. Food was amazing, all...More
We went for Sunday lunch, thought about taking the dog as they are welcome but decided against it. The wood burning stove was lit and made the place warm and cosy. It had a lovely country feel. I ordered the cod loin in clam chowder...More
1 step in, then all on one level, small parking area, varied menu, good friendly service, good food, comfortable seating in spacious dining area. Special offer of ordering before 7pm gives you your main course for half price, full bar, drinks reasonable.
Went last night for my sons 16th birthday. A great pub with fantastic service. All the food was delicious and arrived on time. The bar staff and waiting staff are a credit to you and made us all very welcome. Thanks for a great night.
love it here, lovely food, very friendly staff, very dog friendly even giving your dog saucer with doggy treats on, perfect views!
My husband and I chanced upon the Shireburn Arms when we were looking for somewhere for a light lunch. We both ordered sandwiches, a hot pork and stuffing and an egg mayonnaise. When they arrived we couldn't believe what huge platefuls were put in front...More
Popped in for early evening pub meal, menu was not too extensive but this did not matter as what was on offer was fine by us. Ordered the pie selection, cheese and onion, steak and fish along with the mushy peas As a resident of...More
Had a voucher for Christmas present and chose to spend here. Great setting, pleasant surroundings. Starters were very good. Service very slow but there was a wedding on. Main course was huge let down. Ale pie was burnt. Nobody came over to ask how main...More