Good food , really busy on the night we ate can really recommend the homemade steak and kidney pie with new potatoes.
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Visited the Three Horseshoes without pre booking for an anniversary meal earlier in the week. For us the local rump steak was cooked to perfection, although we had quite a wait we didn't mind as there was a nice ambiance. Staff were very pleasant and...More
The Otter ale was good but we waited for almost an hour before our meals were served. Beer battered cod was cooked from frozen of Iceland quality and the duck was cremated and resembled shoe leather. We were utterly disappointed and as local residents obviously...More
I swear that is the best steak and kidney pie I have ever eaten! My partners steak meal looked very tempting too......shame I couldn't eat both!
What more can a person ask for apart from fine home cooked food, a good pint of local ale, warm surroundings with an ambience to match. Various parts of this old building have been refurbished and painted which all look really nice. What's nice about...More
We have a meal here about once a month (and, occasionally, Sunday lunch) and never have we been disappointed! The food and service are both first rate. Be aware that they do not open for lunch except on Sundays.
A traditional village pub with friendly staff and a good range of drinks. The menu is varied and offers a good selection on the standard menu plus specials. The meals took a little while to arrive but we were told when we ordered that this...More
The new owners have just celebrated their 1st anniversary. After years of the only option being potato, they have finally been able to introduce chips to the menu much to my children's delight! It is good to see that they now have reliable opening times....More