Food was terrible. Lasagna much too greasy and garlic bread was obviously supermarket bought. Too much dressing on salad. Awful.
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Stopped here a couple of times and the food is great. The staff friendly and they provide excellent service. The food was well cooked and large portions for the amount you pay which is exceptional value.Will be back when next in the area. Has a...More
Lovely decor and furnishings. Well laid out and not cramped. The all day breakfast was massive, and an absolute bargain at £6.99. Lovely staff too. Ten out of ten! I’ll definitely return next time I’m in the area.
Local pub to the Bluebell Railway which we travelled on during half term. Thought it would be a lovely place to have lunch mid journey. It was clean but soulless and the food can only be described as average. Definitely nothing impressed and wouldn’t bother...More
Don't often go out for meals but decided the wife deserved a treat, went to the Railway tavern because the beer is good. We both had the Rump steak, which for me is unusual to order steak other than a dedicated steak house, However, the...More
It was the first time I was in a tavern really. It was clean and not smokey, that's a plus for me. I didn't drink alcohol so I can't comment on it. The food was very good, I was surprised. I has a very nice...More
We visited The Railway for the first time in ages as we had heard that the food there was really good value. Indeed it was. My husband and I both ordered the Sunday roast and it came with crispy roast potatoes and fresh veg. The...More
We came here on as a party of 3 for lunch and we enjoyed ourselves. The place is large so plenty of tables and seats, we found a table and decided what to order. The Menu is vast and had a good selection of meals,...More
We went to meet friends who were visiting family in East Grinstead and decided to go out to lunch. On entering the pub I was a little dubious and this grew even more as the bar staff were a little slow. Then the food arrived...More
Out for the day on the Bluebell Railway and stopped at East Grinstead for lunch. Have to be honest we were heading to the Open arms but it was closed. I had a half of lovely ale and probably the best nachos I've ever eaten....More