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4 based on 399 reviews
Country lane bar and restaurant serving classic pub food, fresh cooked daily using locally sourced ingredients. Great selection of local and world ales, lagers, spirits and wines. Family and dog friendly - all are welcomed with a warm smile. Full English
A whole coachload we felt was too many for this establishment. The staff were very obliging a friendly and managed to keep a smile in the heat. The fish in batter was extremely small to say the least and extremely dry, scampi would have been better to offer. Instead of calling out the dishes as they emerged from the kitchen they called our names which didn't help in the din as there were 2 James, 2 Pam's 3 Tony's etc., bless them, the waitresses tried there best, nontheless, we enjoyed it anyway, but probably much better in a small group and not a coach party.Hi there, Thanks for review, we were one staff short that day so we were a little slower than normal so we do and did apologise for that, I wish you would have let us know on the day so we could have changed the scampi, we do smaller portions as the menu you had was the silver bells menu,we had a great time and serving you all, was lovely and thanks for visiting us kindest regards Michaela
4 based on 274 reviews
Lindfield is small village and a bit out of the way but the Bent Arms is worth the trip. The service was good, the set menu really good value and overall a lovely eening out with friends.
3 based on 119 reviews
The Wheatsheaf is hosted by Nik Cobley and Rob Helliwell - both have extensive experience in the trade and are proud to be able to offer a delightful venue in which to relax, enjoy a delicious meal or a drink , or a stay in one of the newly refurbished en
I met friends for a Christmas lunch at the Wheatsheaf as itâs a convenient location for us all. Service and food were good with massive portions! My soup was good and came with large chunks of ciabatta. Our large plates of turkey (with roasties, stuffing and all the trimmings) came with an additional platter of vegetables. We then got extra gravy. It was delicious. My friends then had Christmas pudding - which would have served half the pub!!Good attentive service and great portions of tasty food - what more could you want of a pub?
4 based on 124 reviews
Visited for a Sunday roast and to watch the football. Food is very high quality and reasonably priced. Really friendly and speedy service. The sports facilities are excellent with lots of big screens and a buzzing atmosphere. There is a nice garden as well which will be beautiful in the summer. We will definitely visit again soon. Highly recommended.Thank you very much for your review. We are delighted that you have enjoyed your visit and look forward to welcoming you back to The Burrell Arms very soon. Regards Martyn and Eva
4 based on 710 reviews
The Bolney Stage has all the ingredients to be a fab venue, but somehow, for me, just doesn't pull it together. Historic location, lovely building and gardens, extesive restaurant, cosy pub.Firstly, if you haven't booked, don't bother going. They have a table in a dingy corner for walk ins and you get forgotten. So this time we booked. As you walk in, you have to fight your way through the bar area, where the locals congregate with their dogs, to get through to the entrance to the restaurant, where you will be ignored by the staff for 5 minutes. The staff generally come across as indifferent throughtout.I'm veggie and at the BS there are usually 2 choices - the current choices appear to be veggie dishes created with resentment by the chef as they appear to be trying to emulate meat dishes, rather than being veggie dishes with their own personality. There's cauliflower 'steak' or Mushroom 'bourguigon' pie. I had the pie, with mash and greens. Everything was covered in a jus (sauce), including the pie, which was a 'raised' style. Needless to say, this made everything soggy - the pie pastry was limp and flaccid- who knows how long it had been under the lights, drooping. The sauce was also salty. I've never had 'bourguigon' before, but i did not expect it to be so incredibly salty. The promised bottle of water never arrived and as our original drinks having long since been finished, we left. Very unsatisfactory all round.
4 based on 830 reviews
The inglenook Long bar and sofa areas make this area a cosy and relaxing atmosphere, perfect for a chat with friends any night of the week. It is a great place to pop in for a drink with a huge variety of wines, beers and spirits. For summer days and encl
I just wanted to say thank you to you and all of your staff who looked after our party to celebrate my parents 60th Wedding Anniversary. The help with organisation, even down to providing place cards was exemplary. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed the food,everything came out at the same time and was of a very high standard. Thank you to Chris, Lucie, Amy and all of the team, you are a credit to your profession and I canât thank you enough for making it such a special day.Thank you for leaving a review. We are pleased to hear that yourself and your family enjoyed their special occasion. I have passed on your comments to the whole team who appreciate your kind feedback. We look forward to welcoming you and your family again soon
4 based on 389 reviews
This historic building was refurbished in April 2011. The pub offers fresh local produce on our weekly changing menu, a selection of lager, ales, cider & wine from local suppliers. Our Head Chef, Frederic Bodeau, has worked at many top establishments in F
Really good menu and specials for the hearty appetite or those wanting a lighter bite. Plenty of choice from burgers, sausages, fish & chips to salads and specials. Very friendly service and a good choice of beers etc. Nice inside and also lovely outside of the weather allows. Would highly recommend the burger and the amazing âchipsâ which were more like roast potato wedges with a tasty tomato relish. Caesar salad also excellent. Great timing for a business lunch. If only we had room for pudding!
4 based on 181 reviews
Independent pub with dining room, serving a great selection of craft beers, wines and spirits alongside traditional pub food all prepared freshly onsite and to order.
Visited for the second time, itâs incredible in here! The staff are fantastic literally canât do enough for you however itâs still a lovely chilled relaxing vibe. The food. Well the best roast beef I have ever tasted, really good to get a home cooked style roast dinner in a pub! Omg I was told about Shabba who makes the famous Yorkshire puddings, well they are bang on is come back just for those alone! Really enjoyed my dinner will be definitely returning with a group of friends for sure! This is a pub that just does everything so well effortlessly. Highly recommend.
4 based on 280 reviews
The Rose and Crown is a family run village Gastro Pub in the heart of Cuckfield. There is a beautiful garden with a bar which serves Pizzas on sunny weekends.
We chose Rose & Crown for lunch as weâve been there before and the food has always been very good. However, this certainly wasnât the case this time.We ordered the lamb rump, two burgers, one salmon sandwich and two kids meals (fish coujons). The salmon sandwich had barely any filling in it and the bread certainly had seen better days. On top of this there was a hair in it - enough to put one of our party off any lunch altogether!One of the burgers was ok but the other one was just raw inside! They cooked it some more which made it ok but by then we were already fairly put out. The lamb rump was far from tender and apparently wasnât enjoyable at all!The kids meals only had one fish coujon on the plate and for Â£6.50 I wouldâve expected another.They took the sandwich and one of the burgers off the bill but it still costed us Â£62 for a very disappointing lunch (it was mainly food as we only drank some diet cokes and milk).We left feeling utterly disappointed and like weâve been ripped off!As mentioned before, we have visited Rose & Crown before and have been very impressed with the food, especially the sandwiches. But Iâm sorry to say that we will not be returning again.
4 based on 401 reviews
Local village pub & resturant, recently refurbished with a new restaurant and function space, The Hayloft. Located in the heart of the beautiful boutique village, Cuckfield in West Sussex. Delicious selection of Lunch, Evening and Sunday menus food as wel
Had a meal for 6 on Bank holiday Monday.Unfortunately 2 steaks that were ordered medium rare were served well done.However, they were replaced with apologies and without question with 2 perfect steaks and to my surprise,we weren't charged for these items. All of the other meals were perfect and we had a great time.Sometimes its about how you correct a problem and the Talbot deals with it perfectly and I would"nt hesitate in returning.
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