A lovely evening at The Greyhound restaurant. Great welcome, good food, good service and friendly staff.
A lovely evening at The Greyhound restaurant. Great welcome, good food, good service and friendly staff.
Yummy food and brilliant service. All the ladies in the restaurant were so attentive and very friendly! Couldn’t ask for better service. Definitely recommend!
Fabulous atmosphere, great service and most importantly delicious food…….. also dog friendly, would highly recommend :0)
Great food, great service and a lively vibe. We bought the tapas deal and it was the perfect amount for a couple looking to dine, chat and have a few drinks.
Visited the greyhound today with my grandfather and daughter service was great brought my daughters dinner out straight away as I asked for this my daughter and grandfather had fish and chips witch was said absolutely lovely I had the pork stuffed with black pudding...of the specials and I can say this was amazing the sauce complemented the pork perfect and was amazing so we decided have the chocolate brownie to share and that was lovely also only thing I would say less salt on children chips but that is a personal preference so thank you greyhound for lovely lunch nice go out the food to be perfectMore
We visited here for an evening meal while staying in the area. A warm welcome was received and we were very pleased with the food. Warning - the portions are huge!
Tables are sticky, furniture dirty and the menus filthy. The menu is way overpriced with some dishes costing more than what you’d pay in London. £18 for a regular dish. In line with what you’d pay in an Ivy brassiere with table service. I’m not...quite sure how this pub gets away with charging such prices. Wetherspoon's is like a 5 star in comparison.More
A wonderful experience , food and service. We were ten friends having a celebratory meal in the private dining room, which had been beautifully set out and table laid, for our arrival. Erin and Cherise looked after us very professionally and their service could not...have been better, or more engaging. Our meals were all excellent and were served in synchronisation with the flow of the evening. Well done to you all and to Cherise, as always!!More
Came here with my husband for our 1st Anniversary. I had the ultimate chicken burger which had a burnt dry bun, dry chicken and anemic fries that looked like they had just been shown the oil. Husband has a burger which was super thick and...not edible, also had the same sad fries. This is sad as it has historically been great here. Maybe blame the 27C degree weather and tired kitchen staff, but for £18.00 A BURGER you expect more. Get better burgers in wethers!More
Really disappointed in the food, we were sat in the bar and prices were extortionate for the surroundings, when food arrived within 5 minutes we knew it wasn't fresh, daughter had gammon, looked inedible i chose 3 dishes from Tapas menu £5 each, chunky chips,...frozen and rock hard, Partner has Burger with anemic Fries which were cold. Won't be going back.More
Me and my partner both eat a vegan diet and to see The Greyhound Inn have a separate full vegan menu was just amazing. To actually have choice! They really do top quality vegan food and me and my partner were super impressed with all...our food. The chefs really know how to cook! The service is absolutely fantastic also and always has been whenever we visit. Thanks so much to all staff there. A lovely experience!More
Service and food was excellent. Friendly service. Pizza was cooked quickly and delicious. Couldn’t fault it. Chips and fries were fresh and hot. Kids had desserts which they loved.
Popped in for a drink and decided to have the 7 small plates for £34. What a superb selection of food. The mussels were as good as I have ever eaten. Plenty of food for 2 people.
Terrible attitude of staff on duty at 7pm on 26th October . There didn't seem to be a record of our reservation so the young lady went to find her colleague who then walked up to us and snapped "Yes, what is it". However, a...fable was soon found for us but no specials were available, no vegan or vegetarian food menu and no rice. The man behind the bar said the vegan menu would be available in a few weeks. Not very helpful for tonight so I asked what could he offer us and he replied "Chicken Ceasar Salad? " I then spied a specials board with an aubergine curry on! "Oh we've run out of rice" said the same chap. So what can you serve the curry with instead I enquired. The response was they was no curries available whether vegan, veggie or meat as they were sold out. It was the poor attitude of the staff and lack of apology which stood out tonight - previously we have had a good meal and service here. There was none of the other specials available either. So at this point we left and went ito another restaurant in town and had a fabulous meal.More
Visiting family in Lincolnshire and catching up with a friend, both having driven from much further afield, I thought The Greyhound would be a good venue for dinner. I’ve eaten in the restaurant a number of times in the last few years with a family...group. Some of the visits have had their moments in terms of patchy service, but overall I had confidence that it would be a good place to recommend. I’d booked the table for two via email during the week, but when we arrived there seemed to be no booking recorded. We were given the ‘walk-in table’ and told the system didn’t always work, with the booking not making it from the email downstairs to the book upstairs in the restaurant…! The service was a scattergun approach, which sadly mostly missed. For quite a number of full tables, including a couple of larger groups of six and four, there were only three staff, two of whom were clearly new, the other despite announcing that she was the restaurant manager was inept; neither particularly professional in her dealings with us, her customers, or able to competently pour two glasses of wine. We were asked the same question about whether we had ordered drinks by all three staff members, but it took a while for any drinks to actually materialise. When they did it was the red wine we had ordered to accompany the meal which was poured, before any sight of the cocktails. Red wine was sloshed over the table and all down my glass, the waitress/manager said she would bring a cloth, but I had to ask again after waiting and waiting…The cocktails had still not materialised and so we both sipped the wine instead. Finally the cocktails arrived. One, a French martini was perfect, the other? Oh dear! A quarter had sloshed onto the tray. The young waitress said “It’s so hard to carry them up the stairs.” Indeed, as they were in the most flimsy, top heavy glasses that I’m not surprised. If you are going to make staff carry trays of drinks up staircases surely a highball, or different type of glass would be preferable? My husband says he remembers talking to one of the waitresses there before about the perils of carrying trays of drinks upstairs, “It's going to cause spills, and could be downright disastrous from a health and safety point of view.” The cocktail was replaced (or, all poured into a clean glass?) but the margarita requested “with lots of ice” came with no ice at all and was very warm. Had the glass just come out of the washer? At a loss to spot anyone to ask for ice, I fished some out of the water jug with my fork! But when I tasted it again properly I was unconvinced it was actually a margarita, it tasted so strange. Like a mix between a martini and a margarita. I could not drink it and was promised it would be taken off the bill. Meanwhile another table of six appeared to be unhappy about something, the waitress was certainly profusely apologising for something. As for the food; the buttermilk chicken and bao buns were just as I remembered from a previous visit in April. They are quite obviously not made from scratch in the kitchen, but are very tasty and we ate all. Before we had finished the starters the waitress/manager asked if they should start cooking the main course. I was at a loss, I have never ever been asked this before! I have no idea how long it would take, how many other covers need to be prepared, I was lost for words. While it seemed smaller than expected for a 10oz rib eye steak, (I had anticipated not being able to eat it all) it was cooked really well and the slice of Cote Hill blue cheese worked really well on top. The chips were slightly undercooked, ditto the tomato, but were tasty enough. My friend ordered a special: the Mussel, Chorizo & Butter Bean Cassoulet. A cassoulet should be ‘a French stew made with meat (typically pork, goose, and duck) and beans’. This was mostly a bowl of mussels, with a few little bits of chorizo, a couple of butter beans and was not a stew in any sense of the word. It came with a small roll, without any butter. She asked for some and said while the dish was quite tasty, it was dry and not what at all what was described on the menu. Neither of us wanted dessert, so we opted for coffee. Mine was a black Americano, or should have been (are you sensing a strong continuing theme?) It was brown dishwater. I resolved to stay silent on the matter and not drink mine, until my friend pushed her latte away and said it was so weak that it was undrinkable. We had been promised that the next drink we ordered would be free, as an apology for the undrinkable margarita, but when I mentioned this the waitress/manager said she had meant if we ordered another cocktail (absolutely not after the taste of the margarita!) as they make them themselves. (Pardon?Isn’t coffee also made there?) After explaining how the coffee machine has several buttons and it’s very easy to press the wrong one and make drinks too weak, but not offering to make a replacement, the waitress/manager said she did not think the coffees could be taken off the bill, and she didn’t want to have them taken out of her pay packet. (!) I asked if she could check with someone and she returned confirming they would be removed because “It’s the same as having them on the bill, as taking them off”. I gave up at this point. We paid and left. What an overall disappointing experience. Note: the next morning my friend said she had been up all night very unwell and so our plans for a relaxed Sunday brunch went by the wayside. As she had not eaten very much during the day before dinner, we can only assume it was something she had eaten at The Greyhound.More