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Popped in here a few days ago about 4pm. Girl behind bar served 2 regulars before me then had cheek to ask if I was next when clearly I was. Asked for 2 Merlots, she hadn’t a clue which bottle was which! We left. Gave...More
Nipped in for lunch with my friend and throughly enjoyed great food, friendly service and a nice relaxed atmosphere. We both ordered food and for the price was delighted with the speed and quality of the lunchtime deal they do. For £7.50 ish I had...More
We popped in today for lunch was greeted by 2 lovely girls behind the bar, Lunch arrived quickly and was pipping hot, The fish goujons was light and crispy .Could not fault a thing, Noticed the new breakfast menu, Chatted with the new chef and...More
We drank and dined and sang along to live music. Oh what fun we had.
The food was as expected. Good value and the bar was well stocked. The staff we welcoming and the service was as expected.
Overall a good experience would recommend for...More
My wife and I were ambling around Leamington and stumbled upon this place at lunch time. It's typical "chain pub grub" but well presented, tasty, fairly priced and the member of staff that served us was polite and helpful.
Our lunches consisted of a falafel...More
Nipped in for lunch with my 26 year old son. As we walked in the place looked clean and fresh with the windows wide open it was cool and inviting. The bar staff were very friendly. My son and I both ordered the 1966 burger...More
I came in to watch the royal wedding. They had it on all tvs and everyone loved it, it was on the speakers and everything. Brian was so welcoming and was so good when it came to ordering wine (I’m very fussy) he offered me...More
Popped in here yesterday for lunch. We opted for a Sunday Roast. I really wish I hadn't, it was awful! The beef, if you can call it beef, was grim. It was clearly pre packed muck! The Yorkshire pudding was burnt and you couldn't cut...More