The Angel is a quintessential village pub where the staff were very pleasant and helpful. However the food was very average, the steak was cooked as requested, but nothing special that would make me rush back.
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Nice place, the service was good, as was the food. The manager had some trouble with a group of three diners who made a false complaint & refused to pay for their meal. Another customer went over & told them in no uncertain terms what...More
Having eaten here previously a few years ago we decided to revisit the Angel for lunch. We were extremely disappointed with the quality and presentation of the food. The burgers were tasteless and were poor quality, they were dry and didnt come with any bacon,...More
Visited here as recommended by a few friends. Certainly didn't disappoint, lovely lunch with plenty of fresh veg. Will certainly return.
We travelled 140 mile round trip to meet family for a birthday lunch who live close by and was not disappointed. Great Wye Valley real ale and a good old Sunday lunch. Beef or Pork with loads of vegetables and cauliflower cheese. The food was...More
We revisited the Angel last week & found the hospitality very friendly as usual, they have Robinsons Cider on tap, as well as a good range of beers & wines. It is a very cosy pub & well laid out, they have some good food...More
We visited the Angel last week, in the middle of dry January. It was a Thursday night so very quiet. The menu is very limited indeed, but everything we had was of a high quality and nicely presented. The ribs are a particular feature and...More