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We eated in the red lion and it was the worst decision ever! First of all we had to stand and go to the bar order our food. After that we had to pay instantly. Then we returned to our table. So now we payed...More
Came here as part of a corporate chrimbo party, on the phone they wanted us to come. When there at 3pm on a Tuesday we were playing word games in the food area as it was empty, staff said we'd have to give up some...More
This used to be a regular of mine, but it's now absolutely rammed. Great for them, but it means it can take a long time to get served, and you can't get a seat.
More importantly, Sam Smiths' beers/ales are only so-so.
However, the prices...More
Not much to say traditional English pub, ideal for after work drinks or causal get together. Can get busy, but don't expect to see any products you recognize as it's run by a private brewery. Great place if you want to get away from your...More
Nice old English pub with good food. The young guy with the long hair and beard who works there is one of the most arrogant people I have ever met......nearly made us not bother going in, thankfully the barmaid in the bar upstairs was lovely.....not...More
Poor service. Ordered a cheese and pickle sandwich but they had no pickle so was asked to choose something different. I asked for a cheese and tomato sandwich but was told they "can't manipulate the menu." Had already ordered and paid for the meals and...More
Considering the great pubs in this area (if not this street) this pub is lacking something. The drinks choice is OK, I hear the food is OK, and its definitely got the olde worlde charm going on, but there's a real lack of atmosphere and...More
Popped in for a cheeky bevy after having had a few cocktails at nearby Cahoots. Loved that it was an old style English pub. Friendly kiwi bar tender when we were there. And best of all cheap beer on tap and loads of choices! Loved...More
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