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Three months ago I had one of the best plates of food ever in this beautiful old pub so when I returned I was pleased to see it still on the menu. Cider Braised Pork Belly simply served on a bed of creamy mash, red...More
So beautiful exterior to this pub, pleasant staff working here who are friendly and helpful. On first look I wasn’t impressed as they seated us at a table that dogs had frequented the seating and left dog hair everywhere, this was quickly rectified as they...More
Visited twice over July with differing family members. Both visits were great with delicious food served by the same bubbly waitress (Katie)
I don’t usually opt for fish and chips while out other than from a chippy, but the Cod and Chips at the Hoops...More
This is our second visit to the Hoops but our first time staying. We first visited 10 years ago just after it re opened after the tragic fire. It was one of my now husbands and I very first dates.
We have now moved back...More
We stopped there just by chance. Kids were hungry, we were tired; saw the hatched roof around the bend and stopped. This was one of the best restaurants we have ever been in the UK. Food was delicious; obviously freshly prepared and in large quantities....More
Another dog friendly find. Great gardens and courtyard area, plenty of parking too. We visited twice and would have loved to try other selections from their menu. Seafood parcel starters were so beautifully presented it was a shame to eat them! Well kept beers too.
Decided the day before to book a family get together for 15 people. Called and reserved a table and told not a problem.
Food was of a very good standard and service was excellent. The only criticism was the Pate wasn’t set as was a...More