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Review by Paul on 11th September, 2010

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Lovely pub in beautiful village. Superb food. Friendly staff. Well worth a visit.

Date visited: 11/9/10

Review by paul stanney on 16th August, 2009

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always wary about trying new places to eat we passed a pretty pub in raithby called the red lion inn wow in short a lovely meal i had lamb my lovely wife had beef and for one pound extra pudding included very very good portions in fact the home made apple pie and custard made me blow a bit enough for 2 people my little stunner had ice cream sundae again a big one we will return good value friendly atmosphere polite staff give it a try paul and julie

Date visited: 16 8 09

Review by Jonathan Carter on 31st August, 2007

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Having checked for a review and not finding one I was apprehensive about booking. I needn't have worried, it was one of the best pub meals I have ever had. There were 5 of us and we were all happy. Good ingredients well cooked, it doesn't get better than that. Prices were reasonable.

Date visited: 23/08/07

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