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“A True English Pub”
Review of The Sun Inn

The Sun Inn
Ranked #18 of 105 Restaurants in Morpeth
Certificate of Excellence
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Dining options: Breakfast, Late Night, Reservations
Description: This is a lovely little restaurant
Reviewed January 23, 2013

The Sun Inn is only a five minute drive from my house and it is such a bonus.
I absolutley love real ales and a good pint, always offering fab ales that change every week or so for something different.

The main attraction to The Sun Inn is deffinatley the Sunday dinners, they are just amazing no one could ever ever be disappointed. I am a vegetarian and they do a veggie Sunday luch with veggie stuffing (it is so hard to find somewhere that does veggie dinners).

I encourage anyone to go to the Sun, I garentee you will not regret it! Enjoy!

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1  Thank LQ92
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Reviewed December 12, 2012

The pub retains lots of character without any modern tat. As you enter there is alwaya a beautiful vase of flowers next to the door. Excellent range of beers and wines with different beers frequently. The food menu is extensive, portions good and the staff team are young, friendly and eficient. There is live music most Friday evenings, supporting local musicians. My new favourite watering hole!

2  Thank Susi C
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Reviewed November 28, 2012

Went here on 25th november after failing to get in at two other restaurants. Im glad we didnt get in.
This pub has character coming out of every wall! It has wooden and slate floors, dark wood panelling, wide windowsills and lots of curious ornaments and bric a brac. It has an assortment of mismatched furniture including squishy sofas, and a coffee table laden with the sunday papers for your perusal.
But the lunch........! We ordered pork and crackling with all the trimmings. When the plates came they looked as if they had half a joint on each! Lovely big thick slices of the most tender pork I have eaten. The crackling was perfect - crunchy but not tooth shattering. There was also a very large yorkshire pudding, roast potatoes and stuffing. And then they brought the veg. 2 tureeens, one filled with creamy mash, mashed turnip and parsnip, and cabbage. The other had mushy peas caulflower and carrots. There was lashings of gravy on but my husband asked for extra and they fetched a full gravy boat for him. The service was excellent, the wine was delicious - faultless. The sunday lunch is £8.95 for one course - how anybody manages a second course I dont know - we are hefty built but couldnt finish our one course - not for want of trying, it seemed a crime to waste such lovely food. A perfect way to spend sunday, and we will definitely be back

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3  Thank Carol J
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Reviewed November 26, 2012

As a family of six we all enjoyed this very nice sunday lunch. An excellent selection of roasts all served with a nice selection of vegtables, proper yorkshires, mash, roasties and mushy peas. the pub was full and the meals took a little time to arrive but not too long. Service was politie and efficent. The price is at the top end (£8.95) for a roast dinner but worth it for a special treat

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2  Thank NAD1974
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Reviewed November 19, 2012

Living in Morpeth my wife and I have visited the Sun Inn many many times and never had a poor meal, the whale and chips is just that, cooked fresh and lovely home cooked chips.
Also the chiken stuffed with haggis is to die for.
Good to eat out in the summer, loads of parking and friendly staff, to miss this place is a no no.

The only negative is they never appear to turn the heating on OR it just doesn't work as sitting down stairs in is always a bit chilly.

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