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We Hlhad homemade steak and ale pie with shortcrust pastry (hubby in heaven) biggest chunks of meat imaginable plus I had scampi with no fat dribbling out when cut!
The home made hand cut chips are to die for.
The Lemon Meringue Roulade was very...More
As a group of seven we turned up on Sunday afternoon on the way back to our cottage. We received a warm welcome and our drinks order taken quickly.
Once sat at our table we were supplied with warm roast potatoes and Yorkshire puddings left...More
We've been twice now for Sunday lunch and initially thought £9.95 was good value for one course, although we don't like not having table service; i.e. having to order at the bar like a chain pub. It's not so relaxing or a treat as Sunday...More
Date of visit: September 2019
JanetC3168, Owner at The Cross Foxes, responded to this reviewResponded 23 September 2019
Thank you Julie for your extensive feedback, we are flattered by the amount of time you have devoted to us, and impressed by your appetite - leaving the Cross Foxes hungry twice after two courses is most definitely a rare occurrence! Please visit and experience...More
Visited Sunday the 26th with friends for Sunday lunch, very impressed, very friendly staff and very good cask ale.
We had the Sunday lunch, fantastic, very generous portions and we were even offered extra Yorkshire puddings!
Well, well recommended and excellent value!
Charming pub with a landlord who keeps good beer and produces excellent quality food. The village location alone makes it worth a visit but note that food is not served on all nights. Check out their website for full details. Can't speak of it highly...More