Friends took us here for lunch. They provide a very quirky children’s menu where they make their own pizza. It gets taken away to be cooked and brought back in a pizza box with chips and salad. Kids loved it. I had a lamb roast....More
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This place oozes class and visiting it should be a great experience. Imagine our chagrin therefore when wife and I had a very disappointing luncheon there recently. We ordered off the dinner menu, probably an error of judgement on our parts. Her shoulder of lamb...More
We used the Pollards for our wedding breakfast and evening buffet and couldn't have been happier. Clare, Barry and Jamie (and the rest of the team) helped us through all of the planning process and made us feel very confident that everything would go well....More
We (4 adults) had lunch here & while 3 of the sandwiches were fine, I was intrigued & then baffled by the Tomato, Basil & Ricotta sandwich which I ordered. I thought that if there was a load of fresh basil to give it some...More
Hadn't been back here for a while so arrived Saturday lunchtime for a light bite. Plenty of seating outside and a play area for kids too. A nice selection of lunchtime food ranging from sandwiches to fish and chips. Inside the bar had a large...More
...... visited Pollards for lunch. I selected the Cumberland sausage from the "Specials". The large coiled sausage arrived on a bed of creamy mashed potato within a Yorksire pudding, with onion gravy. Perfect. Service was good and very friendly.
We stayed overnight at Pollards for their Beer and Cider Festival The weather was on our side, which certainly drew the crowds. There were at least 20 Real Ales on offer and about 10 ciders. Our room was very comfortable and clean and the somewhat...More