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Reviews of Blue Bell, Carlton-in-Lindrick

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Review by xxxemzxxx on 23rd February, 2012

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the food is microwaved and over priced, the beer is over-priced (3.10 a pint!!) the atmosphere is unpleasant (nervous staff, intimidating landlady who seems to strut about the place with a sour face) it's generally a very uninviting and cold pub without a soul, which is such a shame because the blue bell used to be a wonderful pub. i thought it would do well with sally ann as the chef, but she was sacked without a good reason like most of the new landladys staff. the people who own it now are southern cowboys without any clue whatsoever how to run a pub..not worth mine or your time IMO.

Date visited: 08/02/12

Review by J.M.Ward on 27th December, 2008

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you can make this work stuart we have every faith in you from uncle derek and aunt jen

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Review by Keith Elliott on 22nd December, 2008

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The pub has recently changed hands the new landord Stuart is working extremely hard to make the pub a going concern and bringing in new customers. The home cooked food is excellant particularly the fish and chips on a friday. The blue bell also has themed evenings such as a curry night and steak nights. If you visit you are sure to receive a warm welocome The only downside is the pub interior could do with a bit of a spruce up but I'm sure that if the pub continues to be a success this will be rectified

Date visited: 19 December 2008

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