Arrived with a contiki group, had the best dinner, loved the kumara soup they made. A must place to visit.
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I went to the Alehouse to try their beer and was not disappointed. The beer was great, and the staff were helpful and friendly, and gladly talked about the different types the brewed, and some of the stories behind it. A really enjoyable experience.
Situated next to the Speights Brewery, it’s exciting to ponder you are entering the mother of all Speights Ale Houses throughout the country. This is where the beer is actually brewed – how impressive and authentic. This is the birth place of what has become...More
The food was meh; my wife’s meat was chewy, mine was just insipid. Our waitress was very concerned when we reported our lack of satisfaction, which won back some good will, but that evaporated when we saw the duty manager, who seemed cold and didn’t...More
Beautiful food, more than ample serving sizes. Shame about the attitude of the very young staff crew. Starter dishes not cleared before main meals bought our. Main meals bought our while people still eating starters! Staff visible in the kitchen eating whilst we sat for...More
Pleasant pub atmosphere makes for a cosy and comfortable dining experience. We particularly enjoyed sitting in a booth near the fire :)