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Reviews of Tiger Inn, Easington

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Review by Roy Dexter & Audrey Railton on 9th September, 2012

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My partner & I were out for the day , we had our dog with us & we passed the Tiger Inn on our way to Staithes, we found that so unsuitable for the disabled , so it got to finding somewhere for lunch where we could also take the dog , rather than leaving him in the car , as it was hot. I ran in to ask the barmaid if we could bring in the dog & she had no hesitation in showing me where we could sit with the dog while we ate lunch. We were brought the menu & the barmaid also brought a bowl of water for the dog,we ordered our food & thoroughly enjoyed our meal , It was very reasonably priced , very good home cooked food & if we`re ever down in that area again we will certainly call in for another meal. We would recommend this establishment to any one in the area to give it a try. Thank You for a memorable visit to your establishment .

Date visited: Thursday 6th Sept 2012

Review by Mike on 28th August, 2012

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Sorry but the pie with chips and peas was not very nice, in fact very poor.

Date visited: 27th August 2012

Review by mr wilson on 23rd March, 2010

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lovely pub

Date visited: 3/02/10

Review by lynda robinson on 4th November, 2009

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Absolutely delicious sunday lunch. good and friendly service. just wish the menu for during the week was on line!!

Date visited: oct 2009

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