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“Country fare”

The Slaughters Country Inn Pub & Restaurant
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Dining options: Breakfast, Reservations
Description: The Slaughters Country Inn offers delicious food, simply prepared, using the finest Cotswold produce. The menu is complemented by a wide selection of local ales, showcasing the best the region has to offer. Not to be missed is the sharing platter, made up of local cheeses and meats, the day’s selection of breads and The Slaughters Country Inn pickles. Guests can also expect to see dishes on the menu such as Gloucestershire black pudding salad, rustic country terrine and local fish and chips. Afternoon tea, including home-made scones and sandwiches, can also be enjoyed on the terrace with a glass of Champagne in the summer months or by the fire with a pot of tea when winter draws in.
Reviewed 23 August 2014

The evening meals served in the restaurant were from a limited menu, which suggested that all food was freshly prepared. The portions were not huge, thank goodness, and were well presented with an appropriate selection of vegetables etc. to complement the meat. Service was efficient and friendly and overall an enjoyable experience

Thank tamworth5
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Reviewed 21 August 2014

Nestled in the idyllic setting of Lower Slaughter, this place should be a real draw for any lover of fine scenery and local food. I think they know this and charge accordingly. We went in for a light bite which included two sandwiches and two coffees. I paid up front and awaited the fine fayre to arrive. How disappointed were we when two meagre rolls with lack lustre fillings arrived. My rare beef sandwich was probably called rare due to the scarcity of the filling! Garnished with a small side salad, which at least had been dressed and half a bag of 'run of the mill' crisps. Nothing special at all and with very poor coffees to wash it down, the £20+ bill seemed way over the top. The staff seemed attentive enough, but still managed to get the order wrong. The day was rescued by the walk to Bourton.

1  Thank RichMonster
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Reviewed 20 August 2014 via mobile

We were staying in a cottage locally and thought a nice Sunday lunch would be perfect. A short walk around the corner.

Service was excellent one of the best waitresses I have seen in a long time. The food was disappointing, small portions, mis-information between the wait team and the kitchen led to mistakes with our order, this needs to improve.

Soup starters had changed and what we ordered did not arrive, potatoes were over cooked and the vegetables did not resemble what we were told.

On a good note the meat was good and the cauliflower cheese was lovely.

Maybe getting in earlier as we were towards the end of service even though we booked.

Thank K S
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Reviewed 19 August 2014

The inn is in a very pretty location, with good parking. We stopped there for a snack lunch and we weren't disappointed. The menu had a variety of options and we chose the Country Inn sharing platter for 2. When it arrived it was huge! There was a selection of breads, butter, smoked mackerel pâté, smoked salmon, freshly carved ham, Parma ham, superb homemade porkpie, cheese, salad and chutney. It was all very good but rather to much for us seniors. The platter was just under £18. There was also a choice of 2 real ales and the one I chose was well kept.

Thank Brian P
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Reviewed 13 August 2014 via mobile

I was expecting great things from this place and we were blessed with the good weather. Service was very poor. Our main cooked food turned up in time we were happy with but the Curley and condiments were lacking and no one to ask to top them up. Surely a place like this would bring them full every time. I had virtually finished my fish and chips before the shared platter came. This was after us chasing it. The reason they gave is they were waiting for the bread to warm through. What an excuse considering they just cooked two main meals. Why should it take long for a none cooked meal. Shall not go back again.

2  Thank Mark G
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