We were looking forward to a pint and some proper pub grub for lunch, but arrived to closed doors and a sign telling us it's closed on a Monday... So we had to turn around and go home for a sandwich.... Very disappointing.
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The Brynog is under new management. It now has a 'chippy' in the old dining room. We've been past on different days and there always seems to be people coming and going so we thought we'd give it a try. No good chippies around unless...More
We popped into the pub as we were staying down the road & discovered they had a little restaurant tacked onto the pub's take away chippy. Me, my wife & son had a sit down cod and chips meal. It was amazing, the fish was...More
went in for a drink, stood at bar for 6 minutes in which wasn't a busy bar.. no service so turned round and walked out..
That's probably due to the fact that the pub closed down two weeks ago...
Stopped here for lunch on Sunday. A good clean and tidy premises. A warm and friendly atmosphere. Sarah & Tim made us most welcome. we enjoyed a meal of Beef & Turkey.
Off chance drop in on a Friday Lunch, basic menu (including "In a basket" which I've not seen for years) Settled on fresh cod & chips and it was SUPERB, cooked to a T, well presented V reasonable price, I've paid nearly as much in...More
This is a very nice friendly pub that welcomes Bikers, I went there this evening with some friends, it is a very cosy little pub, well worth a visit.
Called in at lunch time and had an amazing burger whilst my husband had a quarter chicken and chips. Food was cooked to order and was delicious. Beer was great and so was The landlady. If we are nearby we will definitely eat there again.