Was told to preorder because of the size of our group , and on arrival was told they had ran out of that order , gammon which the shop in the village sells ,so ordered sea bass which was dry over cooked ghastly, no one...More
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Absolutely brilliant. Came here mid December for a works Xmas party on a weekday lunchtime. Kelly and the other waitress/barmaid made us feel very welcome and looked after us no end. Food was scrummy, lovely home cooked!! We will definitely be back next month. Very...More
Incredibly grumpy man behind the bar ( ? landlord). No surprise this place is unlikely to be around for long unless serious change happens. A shame.
Had not booked at table for Saturday night but table was found for us despite several party bookings. Menu looked promising, offering good pub fare. My main was described as ham, egg and chips but when it arrived it also had some peas and a...More
What can I say, over priced kids meals then a bit of an attitude from the staff when they bourght the wrong dishes out and we asked them to bring out what we ordered, burnt food that took ages ( even though the pub was...More
We recently stayed at the Lethbridge Arms, all of the staff were very pleasant, always willing to help. The room was amazing, very clean and comfortable. Food in the restaurant was great with plenty of choice. The steam railway is a must for a visit,...More
Visited here for the first time after reading the reviews on here we are so glad we made this Choice. The staff were friendly and welcoming. The room was large and very clean. The facilities offered were very good. The evening menu had a good...More
Regularly eat here and the food is very good and very reasonably priced. Excellent real ales and a good choice. Menu was somewhat limited and no specials board. We love specials, fish of the day etc. That said always good value here
We found this place whilst exploring the narrow lanes of Somerset. A decent place for lunch, with very pleasant staff and a normal pub menu at a decent price.
Popped here for lunch after stopping off on the West Somerset steam train. It was a 16th century coaching in. Great vegetarian options as well as standard gastro pub grub. I thoroughly enjoyed the spinach, pinenut and ricotta lasagne & mum had the head version....More