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All reviews chocolate brownie peas lamb the pub warm welcome family evening meal great lunch tasty meal friendly service good sized portions selection of beers cooked fresh booked a table superb food saturday night home made paula
First visit to this pub and we weren’t disappointed. Warm welcome and really helpful staff. Great service and good Sunday lunch menu - I would happily eaten any of the dishes on offer, including the vegetarian and vegan options.
I chose turkey, my friend lamb...all served with good selection of vegetables and a home made gravy.
One of the best Sunday lunches I’ve ever had. Will definitely be finding an opportunity to return. Thank you.More
I brought my dad here for lunch, based on the Trip Adviser reviews. We both had the lamb shank with mash, peas, beans and mint gravy. It was absolutely delicious- my dad said it was the best lamb he’s had for years. Everything tasted absolutely...homemade and gorgeous. The beans were al dente and the peas were delicious - little bursts of garden pea flavour. We will definitely be back.More
Old fashioned pub with very friendly staff.
We both order beef Sunday dinner and it was perfect but huge. The beef was so tender and tasty, the gravy was very rich and homemade.
For dessert we had crumble and chocolate brownie it was the best...brownie ever so rich and chocolatey.More
We stayed overnight in the Radnor arms Malmesbury and had a lovely time. The host Paula was friendly and welcoming. Room no. 2 was stylish and comfortable with everything you need. Bed was super comfy. Outside, there was a nice courtyard with plenty of seating...including a covered area with a fire pit. The pub was cosy and the home cooked food fabulous 😋 we had the steak and ale pie and lamb shanks with mash, veg and gravy. Very tasty. Would highly recommend this place. Its located close to the old market town of Malmsbury with lots of interesting places to visit. The Abbey and Gardens are lovely with plenty of history to explore. You can pick up a guide and map in the information centre for free. Lots of nice pubs to visit. You are not far from Cirencester which is also a great place to visit.More
The service is friendly and prompt and the beer delicious. It seem a very nice place to go for a casual evening out with friends, but from the food point of view is fairly standard and probably not worth going a long way out of...your way for. We may have gone on an off evening but the two principle items on the menu of potential interest were “off” and the other items were rather dull. We ended up with a very indifferent curry.More
We stopped here for a meal as we were driving past, even though it was Sunday lunchtime we managed to get a table (it’s advisable to book though).
Great hosts and fantastic roast dinners.
I highly recommend the lamb. More food than we could eat...and beautifully cooked and served.
We will be going back again.More
First visit her since the early 80s! Obviously ate outdoors due to current restrictions in a cosy garden area. Our table was under a nicely designed Scandinavian kind of open construction with a log fire in the middle , which was very warming. Paula, the...landlady, made us very welcome and make our overall experience very enjoyable. Food was very good as was the service. Will definitely be back.More