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All reviews bakewell tart steak and kidney pie plaice pudding baguette potatoes salmon salad prawns sunday roast the pub milton keynes cooked to perfection an extensive menu home cooked fabulous food large portions
Scrumptious home cooked meal for my birthday. Prawn cocktail followed by Chefs ham salad and raspberry shortcake heart.Great ambience and as always a warm welcome from proprieters Andy and Alan and the security team Jack and Jim!
Went to this quaint lovely country pub and found it to have quite an extensive menu with lots of sumptuous meals all made very well there’s also a good gluten free options and they will change if wanted staff polite and friendly will definitely go...More
We came to the White Hart for a birthday celebration. From when we stepped through the front door we was greeted by Nigel the manager who was a top class person made us feel very welcome! We sat down and Katie and Sam straight away...More
Thank you so much for making our family birthday party a really great night. Our host Nigel was absolutely fabulous and a credit to your team - really made us feel so welcome. The food was absolutely gorgeous, homemade and just tasted world class ,...More
Great food and hospitality. My wife had fish cakes for starter (she seems to have this every visit) and scampi for main. All cooked superbly. I had deep fried mushrooms with a chilli dip, I seem to have this every time but like it that...More
We had a great meal at The White Hart in GR. 7 of us on a Sunday evening for a Xmas meal in January as we were so busy in December we couldn't fit it in.
Our welcome could have been better, we waited outside...More
Food is normally good here but was so dissapointed with the Coq Au Vin. I suggest the chef looks at a cook book to see what it should have been like. On my plate was sliced cooked chicken - but it had not been cooked...More