Just stopped here for one drink, the tables were sticky and dirty, quick drink then left.
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We ate here having failed to get a table at the Clachen Inn. The food was good, nothing special but as described. The service was friendly albeit a little slow. The conservatory had vines growing in it which made the atmosphere pleasant.
I visited here with my family on a busy saturday night! we had been recommended by friends and it did not dissappiont. The food was excellent, although we waited a while, we could tell it was due to the careful preparation of their home cooking...More
Friendly staff, good choice of homemade food using local produce, good local homey feel, very pleasant experience overall
Spent a few days away near Loch Lomond and had a meal in the Pottery. Service was fine but waited over an hour for our meal, kitchen really slow and both of us had vine tomato stalks on our plate!!! Would not recommend
Visited Drymen for two nights for a family wedding and the Pottery was one of the places recommended to us for dinner. We had a lovely meal in the conservatory of the Pottery, with it grape vines overhead. Nice atmosphere, friendly staff and reasonably priced.
Having read the 2 reviews we expected good things. We arrived with our 2 kids at teatime, the restuarant was empty. The staff were very nice, friendly and helpful. Hubby ordered plain burger with chips, wife ordered lasagne. Kids had burger, chicken nuggets and chips....More
We have eaten at the Drymen Pottery now on several occasions. Our last visit was for lunch in January 2011 when I had the most delicious "fish and chips" dish. The fish was fresh and lightly battered, the chips were made from real potatoes and...More
I went to Drymen Pottery while staying in Drymen with my girlfriend. We were looking for a pint and something to eat and drawn to the place by the ever present word pub above the door. We went up worn down wooden steps and ended...More