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The Three Fishes is situated in the tiny picturesque hamlet of Mitton in the rural haven of the Ribble Valley. As the flagship and first born to Ribble Valley Inns, this country pub in Lancashire has become a legend in these parts. Menus inspired by only the freshest ingredients harvested by our local food heroes. Enjoy regional Cask Ales and an award winning wine list specially chosen by leading wine expert, Craig Bancroft. All of this in a wonderfully relaxing environment for eating out - with al fresco dining in the summer and crackling logs fires in the winter.
All reviews cauliflower fritters fish and chips hot pot hotpot scotch egg pudding salmon pastry mash ice cream ribble valley inns red cabbage gastro pub for sunday lunch lovely setting family meal lovely lunch
We went as a couple for an evening meal and were surprised to find only one other couple dining. In the past it was heaving. It has been refurbished and changed hands. The menu was varied but not as upmarket as it once was.
Had not been here since the sale of the business. The food was ok, we both had Sunday roasts. I noticed that the menu was smaller than before.we were sat in seats by the steps to the rear dining area and my chair was uncomfortably...More
Called today with friends for Sunday lunch, we were met by very polite staff and made to feel very welcome.
Sat in the bar area for pre drinks prior to being seated in front of the beautiful open fire.
The food was perfect, very well...More
Have visited the Three Fishes plenty of times previously but hadn't been for a while. Previous visits have always been good but a recent Friday evening experience was very disappointing.
Arrived mid-evening, on spec to find very few people in so no atmosphere at all....More
The meal started off great! Me and 2 friends all had starters and they were all really nice! However, the main meals wasn’t reallt hot enough and needed extra seasoning. The deserts were what really let the whole experience down. The sticky toffee pudding was...More
Family visit, arrived at 13:00 on a Friday lunchtime, were seated very quickly, the staff were friendly and efficient. We had the fish and chips and fish pie from the main menu, both arrived fairly quickly and the constituents of the meal were fresh and...More
Haven’t been here since it changed ownership. We were really disappointed. The hotpot wasn’t anything special and only tiny and the red cabbage tasted peculiar probably due to the addition of star anise. My mother orderEd fish chips and peas which took some time to...More