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food is over priced n tiny. takes about 1 hour between each course.. is a p*ss take. staff are all rude and think they are special . especially anna and ellie. anna is a very up herself nd treats people like sh*t. don’t recommend.. if...More
We had such a lovely lunch and afternoon here on Saturday. Seated by a roaring fire, beautiful Christmas decorations, stunning building and really friendly and helpful staff.
We have a toddler- we were brought a high chair without asking, they served him very quickly and...More
Every few years my wife and I return to Lacock and we have been doing so since 1969, often eating or staying at the C15 'The Sign of the Angel'. We were met at today's lunch by a roaring fire and a friendly welcome. All...More
A very good friend recommended us to this inn for lunch. What a find! Excellent, fresh, delicious and beautifully presented food. Quirky styled restaurant.
Reasonably priced. Would highly recommend if you are in the area.
Visited during the “eat out, help out”. Setting was lovely and they had obviously taken measures to space people out.
The food was “ok”, not “outstanding” or if I’m honest “good”.
Price of the food was ridiculously expensive against the quality of what came. Much...More
Not impressed unfortunately I found the whole experience lack lustre. From all the reviews I read I imagined the experience to be one to remember but just wished I hadn’t bothered if I’m honest. I know times are difficult at the moment but completely soul-less...More
Although having lived in Bradford on Avon for over 30 years, we had never visited the Sign of the Angel until today. We have seriously missed out. We were there to celebrate my birthday and every attention was paid to the current Covid situation, with...More
This ancient building has a lot of charm and low ceilings. The starters and main courses were excellent but we found the puddings disappointing. That aside, the service was excellent, the food very good and the ambience just what we wanted. Highly recommended
Lovely two nights spent in this wonderful old building. The meal on the first night was outstanding: the food sublime, the portions large and the young lad who served us was excellent. The following morning’s breakfast was excellent! The second evening’s meal, although good, was...More