Busy in a dreary Sunday. We only wanted a lite bite and this fitted the bill perfectly. A mini fish and chips and a half pint of prawns. Quite adequate although I had to ask for some bread with the prawns. Decent wind and decent...More
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A great pub on the edge of snaps maltings. Fantastic wine selection as well as real ales. The food is very well prepared and beautifully presented. The service is perfect for a gastro pub, very friend yet supper efficient. I highly recommend a visit if...More
I reviewed the Plough & Sail three years ago and found it most agreeable. The food is still okay(ish) - my risotto had a congealed look but tasted okay and my wife's chicken was acceptable and moist. The waitresses could not have been more helpful,...More
Thank you for your review. Firstly, please let me apologise for what you believe to be a lack of cleanliness. Issues that you have pointed out, for example, dusting and holes in the wall, have been looked into and rectified immediately. As you may or...More
Light lunch here. We had the mackerel salad and mini fish and chips, which was not that mini but beautiful. Good beer, what more could you want.
At at the Plough and Sail in Snape with my wife, son and sister-in-law after a lovely walk from Snape to Iken church and back again. We ordered a round of drinks and waited a rather long time for them. It later transpired that the...More
Good food and drinks in an informal ambiance. Interesting day specials. Lots of different meat and fish dishes, we particularly liked the local crab.
My wife and I enjoyed a very pleasant lunch at the Plough & Sail. I had six oysters followed by scallop, prawn and pea risotto. The ingredients were fresh and the cooking well executed. Tables were generously spaced, which is very rare nowadays and a...More
First of all let's mention the fly issue on someone's previous review. The pub is in the country, by a river and you can't use spray or an electric fly killer. Staff do their best but it's an unfortunate issue. On our visit there were...More
Whilst visiting the area we ate in 3 restaurants of which the Plough & Sail was sadly the worse which was a shame because it came with a strong recommendation from the owners of the cottage we were renting. The main problem was the flies...More