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Went for Sunday lunch with friends. I had the mushroom lasagne which was awful! It came with a side salad which had a greasy dressing and the lasagne was also greasy as was swimming in cheese! It was like a congealed mess on a plate....More
A quirky but cozy bar with a delicious Sunday lunch. We all opted for the sirloin which was huge like a doorstop and tender. Loads of gravy and a section of veg. And those home mashed mushy peas !! Hot damn. Not sure what was...More
Ate here on a Saturday night in a group of six. We had booked, you don't need to but it's probably advisable at busy times.
The pub has a quirky interior, possibly best described as "a load of old stuff scattered around" this might not...More
Had a thoroughly good meal here; well presented, good portions, very tasty food. We had scallops & chorizo, crab lasagne, Black Tuna, Roast lamb, slow cooked beef, Cinder Toffee Eton Mess, Apple crumble, Vanilla white chocolate cheesecake. All delicious, the beef was so tender it...More
Visited on a busy Saturday night. We ate from the excellent value £16 for 3 courses menu and really loved the food. You need to be hungry to do the food justice but the cooking and depth of flavour were outstanding. Especially enjoyed the smoked...More
We decided quite late on to go out for Sunday lunch and struggled to get in anywhere. We managed to get a table at the Black Horse. Because it was late, we didn't expect the best food but how wrong we were!! I had lamb,...More
After a very cold walk along the beach at Seaburn we called in here with our little dog on our way home. We are absolutely delighted we did, such a lovely friendly warm atmosphere greeted us as we walked in and as we were hungry...More
A last minute booking was made for a night out before Christmas at The Black Horse.The atmosphere was delightful with lots of fairy lights and a roaring fire - very cosy.We each had a drink in the bar before being seated in the restaurant.There was...More
Arrived 17:30 for the early serving. We sat in the cold uncomfortable bar with a drink until our table was ready. Good range of beers but not a pleasant place to sit, most of the decor looked like it was from a jumble sale. So...More
Date of visit: December 2018
sarah1097122, Owner at The Black Horse, responded to this reviewResponded 18 December 2018
If you don't like our bar area then the chances are you're not going to enjoy your visit. We aren't everyone's cup of tea and don't ever want to be a generic, run of the mill pub. You're entitled to your opinion but why not...More