Reviews of Three Legged Cross, Warfield
Review by Steven on 14th July, 2011
Add your review Date visited: 01.07.2011
What a find, really enjoyable meal, the best T bone steak I have eaten. The sticky toffee pudding was to die for, opps diet out of the window for another week. Am going back really soon to try the steak and london pride ale pie, lovely to see a restaurant has opened with out having to resort to using a microwave. Our waitress told us all the salad on the plate have been grown in thier own garden, honestly the lettuce and tomatoes were so tasty, will see them soon.
Date visited: 01.07.2011
Review by Lynn ELgood on 28th August, 2010
Add your review Date visited: 28th August 2010
Just been to the Three Legged Cross this evening. Firstly the restaurant is clinical without atmosphere and the staff seem hostile. My husband had a steak, he asked for a salad and chips to go with it. He asked if he could have tomotoes with his salad, was told No, only green leaves are available. (I had tomoatoes with my meal so it did seem strange) they were not willing to add a few tomatoes, any good resturant would have. Secondly the chips tasted stale, the fat was obviously old, they tasted as if they had been refried. We complained to 2 people but no apologly nor did they ask if we wanted to change them for something else. To top it all they charged us for the horrible chips. Go to the Yorkshire Rose up the road we went there for coffee afterwards and the staff were so friendly we will eat there next time. Would not have been so scathing had they at least not charged us for the chips. No idea how to run a restuarant.
Date visited: 28th August 2010
Review by Andrew on 5th March, 2009
Add your review Date visited: 01/03/2009
Nice little pub. Friendly locals. Landlord with an interesting past. Very friendly
Date visited: 01/03/2009