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4 based on 505 reviews
If you've not visited The Craven Heifer before, you'll find it a spacious mix of traditional architectural features and comfortable modern style. Our culinary team have created a fantastic menu bringing a contemporary flair to classic British cuisine. All
The Craven Heifer is our favourite and most frequented place to eat going there on average once a week. The staff are exceptionally efficient and friendly and always greet us like friends. The food is superb. Admittedly Iâve had a few hiccups over the years but theyâve always been rectified immediately. We like the âspecials boardâ which the waitress brings to the table changes every time we go there. The choice is always that bit âdifferentâ but there is the regular lunchtime and the a la carte menus too. Other reviewers say the veg is raw but they probably like theirs soggy and tasteless. Our veg is always al dente and full of flavour which is how it should be. We look forward to our Wednesday trip to Kelbrook and of course, look forward to going again.
4 based on 400 reviews
Based in the picturesque village of Roughlee near Nelson sits this lovely cosy pub. After surviving a kitchen fire in 2016 this quaint village came together and restored this beautiful building to its former glory. Harvesting the finest seasonal produce s
Love this place. The food is always great, served by friendly staff and the atmosphere is homely with a choice of three different areas, each with its own character. The real ale is always spot on, and most importantly, itâs dog friendly with water bowls and treats around.
4 based on 530 reviews
The Barley Mow marks the start and end of a walk up Pendle Hill, and puts the 'pub' in the Seafood Pub Company! Serving pub classics and on-trend eats our proper pub has its own wow factor with a hunt lodge style interior and 6 guest bedrooms... We source
Arrived on spec for evening meal on a Saturday and a table was found after a very short while. The staff were very very on the ball quite excellent in every way. The food was absolutely superb. Great flavours excellent presentation and an absolute pleasure to be in such a lovely building. Very warm and cosy and well designed. No stupid themed areas!! An excellent mealHi Howard-LiverpoolThank you for taking the time to review. We are pleased that you enjoyed your meal.
4 based on 197 reviews
We decided to book the Coach and Horses at Bolton by Bowland for Sunday tea, this was based on previous visits and the high standard of food we had previously sampled. O dear were we in for a shock and huge disappointment. Upon arrival there was no one to greet you and thankfully it wasnât busy. We had a drink at the bar and announced our arrival to Simon the bar manager, it appeared that there was a distinct lack of staff behind the bar as I only saw Simon serving alcohol the whole time. We made our way to the reception desk but stood there for what seemed an age. We could hear hilarity in the kitchen people singing, laughing and could see them through the glass door but nobody came to attend to us or show us to our table. One of us began to approach the kitchen door when Simon who had obviously seen us waiting there left his bar duties and he very kindly showed us to our table. I was the surprised when he returned and took our order despite 2 waitresses that appeared from the kitchen. It appeared that Simon was doing the job of at least 3 people. We all ordered Roast beef and it came with the usual trimmings. The beef was fine but the Yorkshire puddings were like huge crisps and had obviously been stood all day, the roast potatoes had little taste and had the appearance of being microwaved with very hard skins. The veg was adequate but luke warm but edible. Overall the food was warm not hot but we were that hungry we ate it as we couldnât complain as nobody came back to the table for an age and when they did we had finished it and I said it was okay but wasnât asked to elaborate. If we had waited all 3 meals would have been stone cold. The stickey toffee pudding came and it was just ginger and gooey not very good and so we did decide to say something and pointed out the faults but we were told sorry but I canât do anything now you said it was okay, we asked if the bill could reflect the poor quality but the reply came I donât have the authority which I accepted but surely the better response would have been I will pass it to the manager. I have been told that the main chef does not work on a Sunday so this is a real consideration when thinking of dining here there is clearly a difference as this has been said by more than one person. I did not see the owners that day and it may well be the case of on a Sunday whilst the cats away or perhaps just an off day? Hugely disappointing as it is a lovely place in a great setting and a lot of hard work has gone into restoring it. We will not be dining here on a Sunday anytime soon. There is a real case for customer service training here.Hello Tommo,Your review of course, makes us all at the Coach and Horses very sad. We rarely have complaints and your mail is a surprise. All our food is freshly cooked. The beef is slowly roasted overnight, otherwise all is cooked freshly. We do not use a microwave to cook our Sunday Roast dinners. We make our Yorkshire puddings crispy rather than soft, this is our preference and we have few if any complaints about them. Our vegetables are cooked to order, from the pan to your plate, so I have no idea how they can be cold.The Sticky Toffee Pudding is one of our most popular desserts, and has no ginger in the recipe. Again I can only assume it is a matter of taste.To address your comments about our team are more difficult. Simon is a super manager and your service team on Sunday have been with us for a long time and again we do not have complaints about the service.Our team in the kitchen is trained by our Head Chef and the quality is constant. The owner was available in the morning. It is such a shame I left early or I could have answered your comments personally. We know you have dined with us before and sincerely hope you will give us the opportunity to serve you as you know we can. with kind regards,sue lord
5 based on 98 reviews
Casual dining restaurant in the beautiful Yorkshire town of Skipton. Locally sourced seasonal produce by local award winning chef Bruce Elsworth.
We had a late lunch here after hospital visiting and it was very enjoyable. Staff were pleasant and welcoming. I had the pear and blue cheese salad with balsamic dressing. This was very tasty. I also ordered a portion of rosemary fries, these were hot and crisp but had no flavour of rosemary.Brenda's pasta should have been served really hot but actually it was only warm, hence only 4 out of 5 stars. We will go back as it's an interesting menu and the coffee was delicious. Thank you for taking the time to leave us a review Jasmin. I will pass your comments onto the kitchen team. Its great to hear you enjoyed your salad & coffee. Hopefully we will see you again.
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