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Met up with a group of friends. Very disappointed that not one of us enjoyed our meal. Fish and chips had been cooked in old oil. It seems the chef was on his own and no-one was available to change the oil. Several food items...More
Dropped on this place today after a game of golf at a local course. Im not a big fan of Sunday lunch as often it’s over rated and over cooked.......not this one.
The pork was delish.....stuffed with lovely black pudding and so tasty. The Yorkshire’s...More
I visited the Four Bells today for lunch. I found the choices of food on the menu limited especially the lack of vegetarian options. I chose the fish and chips. When the food arrived the fish batter was dark brown/over cooked. Inside the fish was...More
A nice country / family pub with a good choice of ale's and menu that caters for most taste.. The staff make an effort and look after you. One point we feel is that the tables are a bit close together in the restaurant sometimes.
We were treating our family for a lunch to say thank you. We ordered the drinks pricey 2 ciders, 1 wine and 2 cokes, then we ordered 3 starters not bad, then the main meal 2 of us had belly pork, ok loved the crackling...More
It's always important to me if a place is dog friendly and this place certainly is as Bertie, our labradoodle, got a few treats on our arrival. Quick service by a friendly young man. We ordered off the lunch menu. 3 burgers and 1 fish...More
I went in a party of 15 and we pre ordered roast dinners. Which were absolutely amazing! Great value and delicious. We then went on to order desert. The brownies we ordered 8 of, were all dry hard and tasteless. Complete waste of £6 each....More
We visited the Four Bells and found they welcome dogs in both bars. The food is excellent value for money, we had several items from the lunch menu and they were all well under £10, good portion sizes too. A good selection of beers -...More
Just went to four bells for a quite afternoon drink with my wife. A large family turned up at 3pm and they let their 2 young kids about 3 and 6 run riot through the pub screaming, banging on windows next to us, walking all...More
We stopped by to The Four Bells as we were passing through, it was a case of “lets just stop at the next pub” and we certainly got lucky!
The pub had a warm and welcoming atmosphere, in part due to the logs burning on...More