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Expect a warm welcome and a comfortable, relaxing environment where you can meet friends, enjoy traditional home cooked food and choose from an excellent selection of wines, beers, spirits, cocktails, teas & coffees. We are passionate about bringing a real sense of community to the village. Combining good food, good drink and good company.
Enjoyed our Sunday roast, the food was good! Service was okay; slow when we arrived, but this was fine when we were seated. The young waitress (apologies we didn’t get her name) was brilliant, very attentive and friendly!
Lovely Sunday lunch, good sized portions but not overfilling. Fantastic roast potatoes! One of us had the vegan burger - really good but too much to finish, so staff kindly provided foil to take it away. Friendly welcome for our dog too, with water and...More
Used the Tyler's kiln many times and while the service has always been hit and miss, the food had been good so came back for a Sunday roast.
To start we had a camembert sharing board (£14) this consisted of the smallest size camembert, 9...More
Roast beef was tough needed a steak knife which we were not offered. When we told waitress was told yes others have said same thing
There are no regulations to the wearing of masks. We have been told by the government that walking into a...More
Visited on 20/9/20
We booked in advance as kept seeing their roasts on social media so wanted to give it a try as hadn’t been before, but wow what can I say what an amazing roast chicken dinner, will definitely be visiting again soon!! Great...More
My family and I went for lunch this bank holiday and it was wonderful. The staff have good knowledge of social distancing and everything is spotless and cleaned regularly! I have coeliac and not only do they have gluten free options but they also adapted...More
felt really unhappy with The Tyler Kiln last night. Used the government to make money. I had raved over this restaurant so much l purchased gift vouchers to very good friends and i was embarrassed by the poor menu, size of portions and sweets that...More
Visited during the eat out to help out and booked for the following week but will be cancelling that table
Main courses were nice but nothing to rave about, the portions were small, nothing like we’ve had in the past, the desserts were awful...More
So looking forward to this. It was our booked holiday and wedding anniversary.
Ordered the beef but sooo underwhelming . One chunky slice of beef which was so hard to cut with a regular knife. One meal arrived which was cold. (took so long to...More
Well organised to cope with Covid 19 regulations. Staff wearing face masks and food can be ordered from your table via your phone. Hand sanitiser point available. Staff were friendly and prompt. The pub was busy but tables were well spaced out. Garden is lovely....More