Find out what Gastropub restaurants to try in Crich including The Greyhound Hotel, Bar & Restaurant, Hurt Arms, The Gate Inn, The Bear Inn, Red Lion Pub and Restaurant, The White Bear, The Hope and Anchor, The Black Swan
4 based on 304 reviews
We are a Public House serving great quality Home made and home cooked food in a traditional pub atmosphere.
We had a lovely meal here last year (see my review of October 2018) so decided to bring a group of friends for my birthday but unfortunately (and embarrassingly as we'd bigged it up to everyone) it was a let down. The first problem we were en-route to the pub and my friends called to say they had arrived and there was no record of my booking for 9 people which I'd made the previous week over Facebook. Luckily by the time I got there they had found space for us so panic over! We ordered starters and 5 mins later the waitress came back and told one of the 2 vegetarians in our party they had run out of tomato soup. She picked the only other veggie starter of bruschetta. 5 mins later she came back to say they had run out of that! So no veggie starters at all (I think they choose a side dish of mozzarella sticks). Two people ordered the sea food platter for 2 as a starter which bemused the waitress as she didn't seem to know it was available to share and when the starters came it was a tiny portion for one, not the sharing platter. The onion rings weâd ordered to come out with the burgers were brought out as starters - we sent them back and when they were served with the main courses they were stone cold so had obviously just sat waiting to be reused. My partner had the prawn linguine and there was no sauce, it was just swimming in oil. The garlic bread on the side was the bottom half of a burger bap (!) and had been cremated - the underside was black. He sent that back. The veggie burgers optimistically came with a wooden skewer in them where as in reality they were flat. There was nothing in them at all and it was dry. I would have expected salad/tomato/relish/something in there and the bit of lettuce on the side of the plate was limp. On the plus side the chips were fab but again I would have expected a burger dish to come with coleslaw. The staff were friendly and itâs a lovely venue but all in all it was a comedy of errors that singularly didnât seem much but added up just made for a disappointing birthday meal. Sorry to say but we wonât be returning.
4 based on 141 reviews
A Good Pub, selling Great British Pub Food. We have a large range of ale, lager, wine, spirits and soft drinks to compliment our home cooked menu. If your looking for a place to eat quality pub food, in a relaxed atmosphere with the best quality drinks, y
Visited Saturday night and had some great food, service in the restaurant was very friendly, menu had the usual pub food and also a specials menu which gave us plenty of choice. I had the fish and chips which was huge, homemade tartar sauce was a nice surprise. My wife had the lamb special which she said was lovely. Look no further for a great meal
4 based on 256 reviews
Busy tonight so glad we booked, but it still had a lovely, relaxing atmosphere with a few tables to spare.Sue on the bar is always warm and friendly and the two young lads âwaiting onâ were excellent; smart, polite and very efficient.Food tonight was once again delicious and plentiful. We managed 3 courses each.
4 based on 129 reviews
We make classic British food. All the locals eat here, which tells you a lot.
Stayed for a couple of nights and had a pleasant stay with friends. Room was adequate but bathroom in room four was on the small side. Eat in one nice and we all had decent meals. Staff were all very friendly and helpful. Breakfast was excellent. Range of beers in the bar was first class too.Hi CamspigTanks for the review. Glad you enjoyed the stay. I'm glad you bought up room 4 bathroom size, because it's being upgraded this very month. But otherwise I'm sure it would ha e been a 5 star/bubble experience.RegardsLee
4 based on 315 reviews
The bathroom and toilet in particular were dirty, there was no coffee or milk, the kettle did not work properly and there were cobwebs round the top of the bedroom window. The evening meal was good but the bar area and tables were tatty and very bare and we had to ask for cutlery for our meal. The breakfast just consisted of a full English with no fruit juice, no cereals, no croissants or no fresh fruit. very poor. Even the coffee was instant coffee served in a tea pot ! Not worth Â£105 B&B.
4 based on 636 reviews
The Gate Inn is a family friendly pub and restaurant situated in the heart of the picturesque village of Tansley. This well-loved, popular, free house has undergone an extensive renovation, inside and out, bringing it back to its former glory as the centr
Went for lunch today after reading what others had thought and was less than an hours drive. Firstly the good points: food was great , service was friendly and attentive , has been decorated to a good standard so was pleasant to sit in and eat. Now what I would call minor negatives: the portion sizes are way to big , reduce the price by a pound or two and serve a normal sized plate of food then there wouldn't be so much waste , we left feeling was lovely food but far too much for one to eat and we sent back between us a good plate sized amount of food, the only other minor negative was the onion rings , instead of making them the size of donuts and undercooked make them edible sized and cooked right through... these negatives are our opinion and wouldn't want to put anyone off going to the Gate Inn. We will be back and will try something else of your substantial menu (maybe even the childrens portions) .. Many Thanks !!
3 based on 233 reviews
Originally built in 1874 by Francis Hurt, the impressive historical building sits proudly on the A6 connecting Ambergate to Buxton, Matlock and Derby. â Passed through many hands, The Hurt Arms has now been taken over with the intentions of bringing this
Called in for lunch with friends and was very impressed with the warm welcome and the excellent quality of the food. Especially the build your own burger, a really nice touch.The decor is interestingly quirky with a steam punk type of style, very nice.Well done to all the team.Thank you for your recent review of The Hurt Arms.it's great to hear that you were impressed with the warm welcome and excellent quality of food during your visit. i will make sure to pass your comments onto the foh team, manager and of course the kitchen team. We have had great feedback with regards to the build your own burger.we look forward to welcoming you back again and thank you again for your lovely review.
4 based on 352 reviews
The Greyhound Hotel, Bar & Restaurant at Cromford is a unique historical building, built by the 18th century industrialist Sir Richard Arkwright, the pleasing ambiance with informal seating, high quality and great value service are the cornerstones of our
Very difficult finding a parking space but finally managed. Menu was quite extensive for Sunday lunch. Food was very good but service was not. We weren't even asked if we wanted coffee after the meal, just handed the bill.Thank you for your comments on the good food and for pointing out your dissatifaction of some aspects of our service, we were very busy yesterday but this is no excuse for the poor service, It is not our normal practice to give the bill without our customers requesting this. We will speak to the staff who were on duty yesterday to make sure this doesn't happen again.
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