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Just had a day out in York, as noon approached we looked for somewhere to eat. We decided on The Roman Bath pub, what a find, all the staff were friendly when we arrived, we read the menue and decided on "Roast of the day"...More
Four of us were looking for somewhere to eat when this pub presented itself. Cosy and interesting interior with helpful staff and a very nice Sunday roast which arrived promptly. There is a museum downstairs which we did not visit on this occasion.
This is a small but lovely museum that reveals a really important part of Roman York. There's lot of information on the walls about what you're looking at and there are clothes and roman equipment for the young, and young at heart, to try on....More
Very expensive for a five minute visit to a haphazard messy historical site. So much more could be done to improve the site. Random beer mats and other unnecessary detritus littered the site. Not worth it.
We stopped in here for a quick lunch on a Monday. The menu was good and the service was attentive and welcoming. Don't miss the little museum underneath where they have unearthed the old Roman baths from the fortress.
Called in last Sunday for a drink and decided to have lunch there after seeing other peoples' dinners!
Lovely lunch at £8.95 so didn't feel ripped off.
A couple of pints of very well kept Hobgoblin made for a very nice hour there.
I regularly go in this pub along with two young men I work with - both have learning disabilities/autism and they like to have a meal and a pint. The staff, especially the landlord, have always been fantastic and have played a big role in...More
From the outside looks like a nice old quirky pub. The staff were nice and friendly however definitely got the impression is was a locals pub and we stood out a little bit. Beer garden could use some work and there were no unique ales...More
From the outside it looks like a lovely old pub that will sell guest ales and be quite quirky. From the inside it isn't! Only one ale much to my husbands disgust. An old fashioned, dated feel not in the right way and a very...More