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Just visited here with friends for lunch. Firstly, I must say that the food was superb but I don't know how this pub survives. They were impossible to get on the phone when one of our group tried to get hold of them to book...More
We visited this pub a few years ago for a few drinks and decided to take some friend back last week for lunch. When I looked on here I saw some terrible reviews and almost changed my mind but thankfully I didn't. The pub was...More
This is borderline very good as it does seem to vary. Sunday lunch is very popular. It used to feel more of a homely country pub, but like many others it has become more of a restaurant over recent years. It still has a lovely...More
What a shame this pub is a mere shadow of its former self. After a long absence we visited on a Sunday for lunch having been told on the phone a roast would be on the menu only to be told we had been 'misinformed'....More
Found this pub a couple of years ago, been back a few times - good beer, atmosphere, pub food
So decided to book restaurant for special meal for two on Saturday evening
It was a lovely day, went into pub and it was all-change
We returned for an evening meal on a beautiful day. We decided to eat indoors but there were families in the garden. Menu was very varied with a good choice for everyone. In fact we all had something different for both main course and dessert....More
After passing the white horse(closed)we stumbled across the rose n crown,although id passed it on my cycle its a bit like narnia.
Anyway me,my wife and daughter popped in.wasnt disappointed,had bitzburg beer v nice hadnt tried before,like a sweet becks and they have a german...More
It's a beautiful friendly, well kept pub, just what you want.
Can be understaffed, one person working the bar, taking food orders and delivering the food. So if it's a sunny day, a school holiday, the sort of day when people might venture into the...More
A clearly stressed landlord who hadn't considered there might be more customers than usual at lunch time on a Bank Holiday Monday in May was spectacularly rude to myself and the gentleman who had the audacity to be served after me.
The contempt he has...More
It is bluebell weekend and Perry Wood is famous for its carpet of blue, so we went for our annual ' bluebell walk' with the little ones with the usual ending up at The Rose and Crown which is situated in this glorious setting. We...More