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A casual dining experience in an 18th century inn. Savoury pies, made on the premises from local ingredients, are the speciality with light lunches, salads and snacks also available. A host of real ales, craft beers, traditional ciders and fine wines juggle for position on the bar for diners and drinkers alike.
US$6 - US$18
Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Breakfast, Drinks
Bar, British, Pub
Highchairs Available, Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Waitstaff, Street Parking, Free Off-Street Parking, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi
After visiting this establishment, I noticed that a hygiene notice was not displayed, unlike the other businesses in the area.
Could it be that they are too embarrassed to display their rating of only 2 ? The HPA beer was awful by the way.
We were fortunate to have an excellent sunny day at the end of September so were able to sit outside in an excellent beer garden. The service was a little slow behind the bar but everyone was pleasant, beer and food were good and good...More
I was struggling to find an outdoor table on a hot bank holiday Monday, but managed to find one here. My shandy was refreshingly cool, and the sandwich certainly tasty enough, and the wait reasonable given the pressure on the kitchen. On a repeat visit...More
I remember Kilverts in it’s hey day when it was a great pub with great food and drinks. That was not the case today. I was shocked to the core by the bad service, nasty food and overcharging. We arrived after our friends had started...More
During a quick trip to Wales with some friends, we stopped in Hay on Wye and had dinner at this restaurant. As a vegan, I thought I would have to settle for some vegetables and a salad, so you can imagine how surprised I was...More
OK, given there is a reference to "pie" in just about every recent review, you could be excused for thinking that it's all about the pies. But there is more to this place than pies.
Firstly there is a nice area outside up front so...More