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“Good beer, average food .. but OK”

The Plough Inn Restaurant
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: Barbecue, Bar
Dining options: Breakfast, After-hours, Reservations
Restaurant details
Dining options: Breakfast, After-hours, Reservations
Reviewed 28 July 2013

The beer was good but the food just average and not quite what expected.

The Cajun chicken was drowned in gravy which surrounded the salad and covered the chips. The Greek salad had loads of parsley on it .. not usual in Greece and was covered in more oil than in Greece. So why not say Greek and Cajun style rather than building expectation of something it wasn't.

The food was perfectly edible but just not what was expected.

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Reviewed 9 July 2013

called into this pub on hearing good reports for lunch, small oldie world pub with lots of atmosphere. the food was excellent and plentiful will definitely call again

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Thank sapin1
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Reviewed 29 June 2013

My wife and I have just had lunch at this lovely Pub which is probably the most welcoming hostelry we have ever been to. The moment we walked through the door we felt at ease. It is a traditional low beamed country pub where, we were told, Sunday roasts are cooked on a spit over an open fire during winter months. It is possible to eat alfresco but one has to share the eating area with a car park. We started by sharing a plate of garlic bread which was juicy and full of garlic flavour. truly a dish to die for.My wife chose Haddock and chips which she said was lovely and I chose the battered king prawns. These were cooked to perfection in a home made beer batter and the chips were excellent. The local brew - "Bob" - was very tasty and served at the right temperature. All in all an excellent lunch and a pub which I could willingly recommend to our friends.

Thank Mike A
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Reviewed 13 June 2013

Our first visit and not the last. Very friendly, good menu, especially seniors menu. Quick service, hot food and nicely presented. Also liked Warwickshire Beer (BOB). Thank you.

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Thank Christine W
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Reviewed 13 June 2013

We starting using The Plough nearly two years ago , and have never looked back !!!
Firstly you will struggle to find a more friendly pub than this , its totally unspoilt by any fancy frills etc .
If you want true home cooked food , large portions , and a friendly ambience then you will not be dissapointed . Always a good selection of ales on , a choice of ciders (mmm) The Plough is well worth a visit .

In the winter months the Sunday joint is cooked over the inglenook fire in the bar and is delicious!!

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