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The ribs were old, cold, tough, very little meat for ribs. The bbq sauce was minimal, the ribs very hard to separate.
The “freshly made” steak and ale pie consisted of STEWING steak , old , tough, and tasteless. As we were not asked if...More
Stopped here on the way to Salisbury. Located in a lovely village. Old style type pub. The real ale served was excellent. We had ham egg and chips. It was superb. Ham very tasty, egged were perfection and the chip homemade , not frozen.
We nipped into the Wooden spoon looking for somewhere to eat whilst passing through Downton.
It has a very small carpark to the rear possibly 6-8 cars and it’s full so you may need to park out on the road and walk to it.
This pub provided me with the worse Sunday lunch ever. Limp lumpy roast potatoes cooked in a cheap oil that were clearly reheated, a soggy and burnt Yorkshire pudding, between my partner and I we had 3 broccoli florets, 8 French beans and a table...More
I recently visited this lovely pub for Sunday lunch and as usual we weren’t disappointed... it was delicious.
Glen and Lou are amazing hosts and always make you feel welcome even when they are really busy.
They had a couple of big tables expected in...More
someone on here said the place is old fashioned with ok food. Clearly they dont have a clue what old fashioned is. This is a fabulous traditional English pub with a refreshing and mouth watering menu. the food is of fine dining quality with n...More
Been here a few times as it's local to me and I'm still struggling to understand the rave reviews. Perhaps it appeals to customers who're looking for something a bit "old-fashioned" (there certainly seem to be a lot of over-60s whenever I've visited) but the...More