Written on: 13/05/2007 by djeva1 (51 reviews written)
Outside the eastern part of Norwich is a village called Brundall. Situated next to the train station in Brundall, is the Yare pub, which is a large, spacious building and very old, which gives the place character. When you walk inside the place, it looks quite dark but cosy. There are lots of old pictures on the walls, and old beams in the ceiling. The Yare is also situated next to the river Yare, where lots of boats are moored up. It looks very picturesque from inside the pub. Nearly every Sunday, my husband and I go to the Yare for our Sunday roast. You can either order just the roast on its own, or order the 3 course meal for an extra 3 quid, which consists of soup or fruit juice for a starter, the roast as the main, and for dessert there is a choice of peach melba or cheese and biscuits, followed by a coffee and a mint.
We can both honestly say that the Yare pub in Brundall does one of the best roast dinners ever, and we would recommend the place to anyone. We've never had a complaint. The Yare also does other delicious types of food; whether it's salads, ploughman's, Italian, scampi or Kievs with chips, and burgers, which are also fantastic; plus a wonderful ice cream sundae menu. We love the cafe latte sundae, which consists of 2 scoops of continental coffee ice cream and a scoop of vanilla, topped with some whipped cream and a chocolate. There is also a coffee menu with a choice of liqueurs added. The staff are friendly, and the service is very good.
It is a family orientated pub with a games room to keep the children occupied. Plus a separate lounge area for people who want to watch Sky sports, and wooden tables and benches for anyone wishing to eat or drink outside.
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