We took my mother out for her 87th birthday to The Boat, and had an excellent lunch. The staff were great, couldn't do enough for us. We ate in 'The Morse Room ', the pub had appeared in one of the episodes of the series,...More
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The roast dinner from the Carvery was one of the worst that I have eaten - greasy shoe leather springs to mind and the chef was very unhelpful and inflexible when asked to adapt the menu for one of our (large) party who was unwell....More
Popped into the Boat Inn for lunch and had fish and chips. Very good value for money and a nice dining experience. Afterwards, took a walk along the canal and saw all the narrow boats. Had Tea at Annie's. Parking easy. Perfect location. Would definitely...More
Three of us arrived for lunch on Saturday, having read previous comments here, we had booked in advance. I was interested to visit the pub as my family had run it over 150 years ago. Yes, I did know there would have been changes but...More
Visited the boat Inn on many occasions but usually only for a quick drink. Today I came with my girlfriend and I ordered food which arrived fresh quick and tasty. The service was friendly and I will definitely be returning soon!
Very disappointed with our visit here. The food service took over an hour and a half and by that time the impression of the 'restaurant' could only have been negative. If the Management had felt some pride and love for serving customers, they might have...More
Myself and my wife stopped here for a light lunch last week. The pub itself was very clean and the staff were very friendly. We both ordered steak baguettes and sat in the garden which was very large with lots of tables. The food came...More
First visit to this canal side pub with boating friends. A very warm evening so we opted to eat out in the large garden. Service was a little slow but food was good with a wide choice of meals.
Having eaten here before I was astounded at how bad the quality of the food had become. The tagliatelle had obviously been pre-cooked and re-heated into a watery tasteless pile topped with mass produced meatballs. The mash had again, been re-heated, and was hard and...More