New landlord and landlady in the Redcap.just had Sunday lunch -excellent food and service .Will definitely be back again .
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What has happened here!!! The last family Richard and Kelly looked after this place. Food was lovely drinks was great and place was clean and tidy. Now it's a horried mess filthy. Drinks horrible and the toilets well what can I say!!! Everyone is saying...More
Visited this pub at lunchtime with my husband and sister. It was very quiet so we were served immediately with our drinks which were very reasonably priced.We all had a sandwich which was like a little granary cob packed with filling, a side salad and...More
We visited the pub and had a lovely meal. Family welcomed by staff who was friendly and very chatty. It's a pub people do come in all shapes sizes and backgrounds, I found everyone in there nice and no trouble. Lovely pint and a lovely...More
Cheap beer that encourages all and sundry to the doors. Lots of drinking and smoking outdoors by the bus terminal.
Had the traditional Sunday Roast. It was absolutely gorgeous, perfectly cooked and presented. Definitely is all home cooked from scratch. The pub has a very good atmosphere and the staff are very friendly and make you feel really welcome, A fantastic all round experience.
You'd think that what with this pub being less than 1/4 mile from my house and the beer being cheap I'd be in here all the time. For some reason though this is a really strange pub full of rather strange people. The beer is...More
went for the first time last night for a family reunion of sorts. The steak and kidney pie was amazing. Really friendly staff and customers. Both food and drinks were extremely cheap. I would definitely be visiting again as excellent value for money
A Sam Smiths boozer so the ales and that are right, well good, like. Alas, the clientele do take a bit of getting used to as some of 'em, for want of a better phrase are somewhat 'different', bless 'em. Once thy does mind, they're...More