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I thought i would write a review since the last 1 was months ago. I went with a friend at lunch time. This food was lovely. I had corndbeef pie homemade chips and gravey and it was lovely. Big board of homemade food options that...More
Visited here for the first time, wasn’t impressed. Considering there was families in there with young kids ( including us ) none of the bar staff seemed bothered about other drinkers swearing their heads off. One particular ‘woman’ was graced with a lovely mouth and...More
First time I have been back in a few years and the pub looks exactly the same. It’s in desperate need of refurbishment. The staff are really lovely and it seems clean but the brickwork is old and grimy. The outside seating area is covered...More
The manager of this pub in the past was a truly awful character who often gave me daggers as he passed which eventually put me off going, I had tolerated the customer's foul language and the odd hair in the food out of some mistaken...More
We popped into the pub for some lunch after swimming, it seemed ideal as it was so close to the sports centre. I wish we had of gone somewhere further a field. We arrived and the bar woman was very hostile and a little bit...More
Not been in the Phoenix for over ten years and went in for Sunday dinner. Won't be leaving it another ten as it was amazing. I had beef wife had pork. Both served fresh and piping hot and very quick. Dessert was amazing and the...More