A Dog That Needs Putting Down

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BruceEBonus's review of The Dog Inn, Pentrich

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“A Dog That Needs Putting Down”

Written on: 17/08/2011 by BruceEBonus (2 reviews written)

Went here today when a local workmate suggested we go for lunch. She had the cheese coated chicken baguette and I had the ham and plum suave ciabbatta thingy. Both cost around the five quid mark. Came with no chips, or crisps or well...anything. Just a smidgeon of tired looking salad. Quite a generous portion admittedly but not in any way memorable. Really the kind of thing you could make yourself in two minutes wi a cob, a slice of thick ham and a coating of relish. But pay ten times as much. Way overpriced. Sullen staff. The coffee was foul and very expensive. £2.25 for a pot of tea? I don't think so. The only saving grace is the nice decor and surroundings. Shame the food and service doesn't match up to the very high prices. Suddenly Wetherspoons seems appealing again.. What a shame.

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