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All reviews surf and turf battered cod steak ale pie faggots salad sunday roast the pub good selection of real ales saturday evening meal range of beers wonderful atmosphere empty plates hunters chicken young waitress open fire ate here generous portions
Hubby and I came here for a evening meal while staying at the caravan club site, we both had steak and ale pie which was very nice, although I found the carrots gritty.
We would return even though the restaurant was quite cold.
went in Fri eve, big cosy log fire, friendly staff , great food , good selection of real ales, what more can i say,,, ticked all the boxes : ) my only gripe was the young waitress , never came & collected our empty plates,...More
We have just returned from a weekend stay in Wareham . We visited the Pub on Friday and Saturday evening. Great atmosphere, lovely friendly Staff. Excellent service, best Pub by far in Wareham (we visited quite a few)! looking forward to our next visit.
Clean, comfortable, character accommodations. Historic building so expect some quirky floors and ceilings. Staff were very friendly and welcoming. We went to bed early and could definitely hear the pub downstairs, but it wasn’t loud at all and actually just made for a fun experience....More
Excellent meal. Served very efficiently. Generous helpings of traditional pub fayre. We all had something different - Pie and vegetables, Hunters Chicken with chips, a Trio of Faggots with mash and vegetables, a Trio of Sausages with mash and vegetables and Battered Cod chips and...More
We have visited this pub on every visit to Wareham, over the last six years. We always enjoy the food it is exactly what you'd expect from pub grub. We enjoyed joining in with the quiz on Thursday evening, we were made to feel very...More