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Was very disappointed with the whole experience really. My partner and I went on a Sunday afternoon and decided to have a roast. I thought it rather strange that the Sunday lunch was not on the menu, you had to ask if they did it....More
We went out for our first indoor lunch since lockdown eased. We had a table booked for 1.30 and arrived promptly and the The Bill was busy which created a nice atmosphere for lunch and was encouraging seeing people out. After buying a bottle of...More
Three of us were here for Sunday Lunch... very nice beef with all the trimmings, ham cooked in cider, steak and stilton pie very tasty... lovely desserts as well...staff friendly there were only two of them serving but they coped very well...nice and clean and...More
This is the kind of pub that you dream of - authentic olde-world building, comfy seating, great atmosphere, real fires, great beer, tasty food, friendly staff and clientele. This was our first visit and we felt extremely welcome. The staff team are lovely and it’s...More
Date of visit: November 2019
Ben K, Manager at The Bull Inn, responded to this reviewResponded 18 November 2019
Thank you so much for your lovely review look forward to seeing you again. The Bull Team
Great atmosphere, wonderful friendly staff and fantastic food made last night's launch of the new menu just perfect. The menu is a mix of traditional food with tempting new dishes covering everyones taste, the handmade chips are to die for. We also enjoyed a few...More
Sitting outside in warm sunshine we were delivered our fare of homemade soup of the day followed by a salad. The soup was very tasty and hot but if the bowl had been filled it would have been better. The prawn salad was interesting but...More
Attractive traditional pub in the beautiful Hertfordshire village of Much Hadham. Very friendly service, though lunch a bit slow in coming (a busy Friday lunchtime!). But the food was well worth waiting for and the beer went down perfectly.
'Home Made Soup' is a misnomer used by many pubs and restaurants. Not so here. A wonderfull tomato soup which after my praise was informed the tomatoes were sourced from a family garden.
With the excellent main courses, very attentive and friendly service we would...More
Date of visit: September 2019
Ben K, Owner at The Bull Inn, responded to this reviewResponded 25 September 2019
A very big thank you, yes they were home grown next year we hope to have grown our own in our pub garden along with some other English produce.
Thank you for sharing your views and encouraging people to stop by.
May we wish you...More