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I had a previous not great experience here a few years ago. So despite living 2 minutes up the road I wasn’t in a rush to come back.
Thought I’d give them the benefit of the doubt this week end as neither me nor my...More
Decided to have a early evening light pub dinner given the glorious weather. Chose a couple of ploughman’s platters one offering 3 choices for £9-50 the other 1 choice for £7. What appeared was a pretty pathetic attempt at a ploughman’s lunch no apple, a...More
They have improved since previous owners but are letting things seriously slip. They have big events. No problem with that but if you show up for food the next day then most of the menu isnt available or you are guven half a meal. Its...More
This pub has a great garden for kids with a great climbing and play area, it’s got a football goal which when the weather is nice all the kids and adults get involved - and the food is great. I’ve been going both as a...More
Lovely warm and friendly welcome and service,from the landlady and staff, and a great standard of food. We were visiting relatives in naphill and have a guesthouse in Rilla mill Callington cornwall (woodpeckers) and understand the need for great standards. Sorry it's taken a while...More
A lovely friendly family run, welcoming pub...and dog friendly! : )
I can say that the food is spot on, with a majority of the food made from local produce. All day breakfast spot on, with Sunday lunch just right. Beef melting in your mouth....More
Went here on Saturday for the Gin and beer fest. A nice selection of Gins unfortunately a poor selection on the tonic water just plain old Schweppes. Wasn't a bad day out apart from not enough staff for the amount of customers it was the...More
At around 3pm on a Sunday afternoon, my brother, who is very poorly and visiting from the States with his wife, said that he fancied a Ploughmans lunch. We rang around at least 10 local pubs (live near Hazlemere, High Wycombe), many stopped serving food...More
It was my second time I've been to the Black Lion.. My first experience was much more pleasant than this one I can boldly claim.. Along with a few friends we popped on down for a Sunday lunch late one afternoon.. Don't get me wrong...More