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If you are walking to or from the beach you are bound to pass the Grampus, and for us it has been a mandatory stop for refreshment before going on up the hill. Pub dates from 16th Century. Location is lovely with large tranquil garden....More
This was the nearest place to eat to our accommodation so after a five hour journey we tried the Grampus. No one else was eating when we went in at 7.45 one evening. In fact there were only two people in there! The fairly short...More
Delicious elderflower and gin sponge. Moist, full of flavour, a good sized portion and was perfect with a well made cappuccino.
Ate in the garden in the morning sun. A treat after an early coastal dog walk.
We were staying in the village of Lee for a week and found this place after a coastal walk.
Lovely old building slightly worn at the edges which added to its character. Enter the rear of the building via carpark and then beer garden. Had...More
We ordered two roast chicken dinners for £10.50 each which is not cheap both luke warm, vegetables cold and both seemed to lack the main ingredient- chicken! The chicken we did get was the scraps and generally the left over bits I give to the...More
Big gang of us: eight adults, four children and a baby were somehow squeezed onto a couple of tables in the main bar at the Grampus. We had been advised not to allow ourselves to be shuffled into the back dining room because we would...More
Visited today for lunch and it took nearly an hour for food to come. Others who came in after us were served before us. Very dark inside and a bit scruffy and run down. When food arrived it was ok. Good portion size but not...More
This is a little gem hidden away. You wouldn’t even notice it if it weren’t for the pub sign as there are no windows on to the street. To get in to it you walk through car park which looks like lots have cars have...More