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Review by elaine lewis on 13th June, 2010

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Just had Sunday lunch. Really nice, best we've had for ages. Have been here a couple of times over the last few months and always enjoy. The menu is quite broad to suit all tastes and the portion sizes are good.

Date visited: 13 june 2010

Review by Terry Corcoran on 20th December, 2009

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What a letdown after such a wonderful Christmas meal last year. The vegetable soup was like leftover kitchin scraps flavored with extremely hot pepper or garlic, The main Turkey meal looked like it had been reheated, the vegetables had seen better days and were dried up and they had tried to reveve it with a hot and spicey gravey that tasted very similer to the soup. My wife said she could smell my breath from twenty feet away, and to cap it all i was awake all night with a rolling tummy and my mouthfelt it was on fire. this ruined my whole evening that i had been looking forward to for months, I would suggest that whoever preparred this meal needs a serious talking to.

Date visited: 19th December 2009

Review by dawn on 18th October, 2007

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always fantastic food . try the somerset chicken!

Date visited: 30sep07

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