It is important to remember that for every bad review there are probably lots of satisfied customers. These reviews are the comments of individual visitors to Information Britain and have not been authenticated by us. They should not be taken as the views of Crawbar Ltd - publishers of this web site.

Featured Destination

March 2020: West Norfolk

Welcome to West Norfolk, a truly special place of unspoilt charm and natural beauty, where tranquillity and relaxation are the order of the day.

Set against ...More
More Uk destinations

Reviews of Vine Tree, Norton

Best rates for a Local Hotel

Review by Clara on 26th August, 2009

Add your review
Lovely inviting pub but we thought it incredibly overpriced. We chose a mediterranean 'platter' for starter which was 13.95 for two; 4 stuffed tiny peppers, 4 strips of sun-dried tomatoes, 2 vine leaves, the tiniest pot of nuts and a small ramekin of houmous. Tiny loaf of bread and thumbnail of dipping oil. Not worth the money at all. My pork medallions were lovely but, again, small portion of mash which was fine but nothing special. Partner had the rack of lamb; meat good, but ceps overpowering and dauphinois pots all potatoes, no cream or garlic. Still hungry so we had to have a pudding too. The most off-putting thing was the dog sniffing around the food, literally putting snout onto partner's lap. Made worse by person (a local I think) feeding the dog. We had wanted to go to the Vine Tree for ages and were, unfortunately, very disappointed. Won't be recommending to anyone I'm afraid. There are a huge number of very good, similar, pubs in the area and so won't be going back. The wine was good tho!

Date visited: 21 August 2009

Review by tony and niki banks on 30th September, 2008

Add your review
WE popped in for lunch having followed the brown signs from junction 17 on the m4 north...what a delightful place too encounter.We were greeted by mine hosts tiggy and charles with a warm welcome, offerd menus, told about specials etc admired the award winning best wine pub of the year trophies and sat down for a fantastic sunday lunch consisting of a platter of cooked meats for starters and then the most magnificent roast beef with all the trimmings followed by a cracking eton mess for deserts...all in all excellent value,wine selection was enormous i can see why they have won awards and not too expensive on the pocket too..we will be back before you know it...well done a great little find.

Date visited: 28/09/2008

Review by lizzie brinkworth on 5th June, 2007

Add your review
Myself and my partner visited the Vine Tree for my partner's birthday treat...and what a treat it was. the location is lovely and the inside of the inn is beautiful. Lovely old beams everywhere and so much character. the food was reasonably priced and was gorgeous. We could not fault the food. We felt really cosy and relaxed whilst eating our meal and were very pleased with the bill at the end of it. They do vouchers for gifts which i am going to get for my parents as they would love it too. highly recommended!

Date visited: 04/06/07

- Write a Review

Brit Quote:
Bores can be divided into two classes; those who have their own particular subject, and those who do not need a subject. - A A Milne
More Quotes

On this day:
British fleet sails for Falkland Islands - 1982
More dates from British history

click here to view all the British counties

County Pages