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★★★★★

“Having visited the Boat Inn some 15+yrs ago and served...”

Written on: 15/06/2010 by NPDavies (1 review written)

Having visited the Boat Inn some 15+yrs ago and served salamon from a tin!!by an elderly couple who sadly did not appear to want us there!!.I visited again tonight with my wife. The outside of the building looked somewhat ragged with scaffolding etc but we decided to take a chance. On entering we were greeted by a very pleasant young lady at the bar. The owner Mr Robert Taylor then came and apologised re the external appearance stating that work was being carried out on the roof and front of the building. The views hadn't changed but what a difference with the rest. The waiter was friendly and caring The food value for money and most enjoyable. Having visited the Coach & Horses at Llangynidr approx a fortnight ago the difference was immense. At least in the Boat Inn you had plenty of your selection at a reasonable price rather than very small portions at a high price at the Coach & Horses!! Well worth the journey and would recommend the Boat Inn to anyone who enjoys their food..