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My girlfriend and I stopped here whilst we wer eon holiday in the area. We tried this place as we were looking for somewhere to eat and it looked nice and rustic. When we entered the pub was totally empty, other than the bar area...More
Great to have live music again.
Lots of thought clearly given to maintaining social distancing.
Rules around not sining along or dancing explained clearly. Only noticed one breach, which was dealt with quickly and humorously.
Looking forward to more events like this.
Visited here for lunch whilst in Northallerton. The pub was not very busy when we arrived and selecting a table was easy. We chose from the reasonably standard pub menu and ordered requirements at the bar. The meals were very good in quality and portion...More
Good range of beers, especially Youngs ale (excellent), but the fish and chips were horrible, should have sent them back before starting the meal. Small curled up piece of batter with a little bit of fish inside! Mushy peas and chips had no taste, seemed...More
It has been a while since we ate here and I have to say I think it has improved. The value for money was excellent, especially the baked potato with cheese and ham. The staff were friendly and very helpful. I would certainly eat her...More
I ordered a steak and ale pie with garden peas and chips and my wife ordered fish and chips which came with bread and butter. I gave up trying to cut into my steak pie and instead forced open the pastry only to find the...More
Good local pub, friendly staff and very affordable food & drink. Admittedly we had to wait a while for our food as the chef was a trainee but the steak pie was well worth the wait, tasted really homemade with wonderful pastry, accompanied by a...More