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Excellent and highly recommended tiny public house, tucked away in the narrow side-streets of this pleasant town. The only negative is parking, extremely difficult as the streets are narrow to begin with and choked with residents cars. Pub car-park fits 8 cars in, but always...More
This great back street pub serves a range of real ale and reasonably priced food. The steak and ale pie is to die for, large pieces of steak in a rich gravy served with chips and peas. The beer is always on form and this...More
This is how a pub should be, traditional, excellent choice of beers, food, friendly staff and regulars. You are always made to feel welcome. Added bonus of a patio area overlooking the bowling green at the rear - what better on a nice summer's evening!...More
We recently visited the Prince for an evening meal which they are now doing once every couple of months. They do food in the daytime on Saturdays and Sundays along with regular themed nights.
We were shown to our candlelit table by the ever enthusiastic...More
This is a nice, traditional pub. Friendly staff, nice food and a bowling alley at the back. Family friendly and a range of ales. It's tucked away on a street outside the town centre but if you re near belle vue or Coleham pop in...More
This is a freindly family run pub hidden in a maze of streets, but only half a mile from Shrewsbury town centre.
The place is a mecca for real ale (and cider) drinkers, with at least 10 different brews on offer, many from Shropshire. It...More
invited by friends to visit their local pub (Prince of Wales) for a quiz to round off the night following a birthday celebration.
Tucked away down a narrow street and surrounded by houses, superb, well kept beers, ales and ciders,
The quiz and atmosphere is...More