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“A Lunch that is enjoyed into the afternoon”

Nantyffin Cider Mill Inn
Ranked #6 of 32 Restaurants in Crickhowell
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$14 - US$28
Cuisines: Mediterranean, British, Gastropub
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Good for: Groups, Local cuisine
Dining options: Lunch, Breakfast, After-hours, Dinner, Reservations
Reviewed 4 June 2014

Great recommendation.

My Seabass + Med veg was full of flavour, my mouth was alive.

Daughters scallops was lovely.

Hubbies steak, cooked how he likes it.

Going back.

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1  Thank Maria J
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Reviewed 4 June 2014 via mobile

The Inn exterior is very inviting .Unfortunateley the interior let it down .We were seated in the bar area as we had our cocker spaniel with us.It was in need of some tlc.( the bar not the dog). The carpet by the kitchen was very dirty and the window cracked. The staff were extremely welcoming and gave the dog a bowl of water.I had a steak and ale pie and my wife a burger.Both were well presented.When we asked for sauce in came in a bottle which needed the outside wiping.Vinegar also came in its bottle with a broken lid.Not really a problem in a pub but this place has gastro pub aspirations.The pie came in a enamel dish and was delicious as we're the triple cooked chips.Not sure what they had done to the peas but they were the best I have ever tasted.My wife said the burger was excellent.A very good meal at restaurant prices in average public bar environment.The meals cost £11 each and a pint of bitter £3.70 and glass of wine £4.70. Wouldn't come again as its way too expensive.Try the Bear on Crickhowell it's better value and nicer environment .

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Reviewed 28 May 2014

Called in after clay pigeon shooting nearby, service food and surroundings very nice, the misses was at their spar up the road, equally good. They obviously know their business and will definitely visit again when in the area.

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1  Thank Tirom2
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Reviewed 28 May 2014

It's a deceptively large restaurant. Coming through the front doors into the cosy bar might suggest quite a small place but along the corridor you find a large room with a raised and lower level with hops around the timbers above you and plenty of character.

Our waiter was very relaxed and friendly. The food was good however we felt that portions, for the price, were a little on the small side. The scallops were quite small for nearly £10 as a starter, and mains, while tasty, again were a bit short on veg or accompaniment though we couldn't fault the meat, especially the confit lamb. We ordered three courses in the end and didn't go away hungry by any means but did feel a little bit short changed.

The food is good and I would recommend going on that basis, but we felt there were other places in the area where the standard was just as good, if not better, for less money.

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3  Thank seb202
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Reviewed 28 May 2014

We stopped for a Sunday Lunch while en-route to the Brecon Becons. We have stopped here before but have never had a meal. Sunday lunch was perfect beautifully cooked and plenty of it. If I had to make a suggestion it would be get the chef to learn how to make a proper Tempura batter - its not the same as fish batter!! I had tempura prawns for a starter with a chilli jam but the batter was ordinary fish batter, apart from that it was lovely.

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