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Reviews of White Horse Inn, Empingham

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Review by Mrs Turner on 27th July, 2007

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Having read previous reviews on the white horse, we decided to pay a visit after a walk along the shore of rutland water, and have to say that i think i must have walked into the wrong pub. The previous reviews say how good the food and service were at this establishment, well i DISAGREE. The food is of poor quality, and has just been transfered out of the freezer, and into the microwave and fryer. I say, these days we are looking for healthy home cooked foods that have been prepared with love. This pub does not offer this in anyway. And to top this, the price tag attached to this food does not portray frozen mush. Frozen baguettes served during lunch with a nearly £6 price tag is not my idea of quality or value. I will think again about where i eat when visiting the area again.

Date visited: July 2007

Review by mr rawlingson on 23rd July, 2006

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this resturant / bar is of the very best standard, the food is both of delicious quality and affordable aswell, its great if you want a quite relaxing drink after a walk through rutland water,or to fuill your apetite the resturant is great and the bar area is well set out, and there is plenty of seating one downfall though some seats are rather close to the kitchen and smells and noises can interupt your talkin/eating, overall 10/10

Date visited: 22/7/2006

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