Genuine Thai food which was delicious. The staff were friendly and efficient, although it felt slightly unusual to eat Thai food in a traditional English pub. We will definitely return as the food was excellent.
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A really strange location for a Thai restaurant, inside an uninspiring village pub! However, with Thai beer available, menu perused and selections made, we were seated in restaurant with one other couple and food arrived. It was of a very good quality, flavoursome and authentic....More
The staff and service from the moment of walking into the Robin Hood was friendly, warm which made it excellent. The rice was really nice, However the tempura prawns had heavy batter on them similar to chip shop batter, a shame as the prawns themselves...More
This is a lovely suprise. Rustic authentic Thai food. Heartwarming food in a great setting. Pin always offers value for money and no one goes home hungry.
As a group of 4 we ordered the banquet ( complete with tempura prawns!!) and it was absolutely fabulous. Huge portions and everything presented beautiful and in a professional manner. The food and the plates are always hot nothing ever goes cold. Authentic Thai food...More
We have eaten at this location several times now and also have taken friends of varying nationalities here. Everyone has remarked on how wonderful it is. The food is just perfect. The chef is a Thai lady and the food is more traditional rather than...More
Didn't know this place existed, it's tucked away in a small village away from main roads, it's well signposted though. It's actually the dining room behind a very well used pub which serves superb beer, a good start to the night! Orders were taken while...More
Such a lovely suprise to find this authentic Thai restaurant at the back of a traditional country pub. It was busy and we hadn't booked so we were lucky to get in. Good choice of food and it was delicious.
As a fan of Thai food we decided to try Pin's Kitchen. The menu has a good choice of authentic Thai dishes and we selected three dishes to share plus rice. The tempura prawns were excellent, served with a really nice sweet chilli sauce and...More
Following a recommendation on the food, I visited Pin's Kitchen on Friday for a birthday meal. The food certainly did not disappoint. The pub is quaint and has a certain eclectic charm. The thing that let it down was the time it took for the...More