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Written on: 21/08/2015
We have gone to The Stone House on several occasions hoping to see some improvement of any kind but it seems that is not going to happen. The interior used to be well cared for and very clean but now it has dirty chairs, sticky unwiped tables, and dirty cutlery. Mid-week the food is very reasonable if you choose the " Two For One " option. We ordered the steak but it was just as bad as it was on our previous visit so we failed to eat it yet again. So enough is enough, theyve had their chance to… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/07/2014 by Katrina352 (1 review written)
The stone house serves Pub food so yes it's not to restaurant standards but its great value for money. The service does vary based on the staffing levels on the day - but in general the food is good and cheap - where else can you get 14oz gammon and a desert or starter for £8.00 If you want fancy linen and candels then this is not the place but for good home style cooked food then this place is as good as other pub restaurants. … Read Full Review
Written on: 26/12/2012
The Stonehouse is a Jekyll and Hyde establishment. By day it makes its money catering for local offices with its food offerings. As long as your expectation with regard to quality is not too high, you will get a reasonable meal for a very low price and It's friendly enough. However, if it relied on its livelihood as a pub it would more than likely close in a very short period of time. The reason is simple, they do not seem to see the correlation between managing unruly customers and the… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/08/2011 by Littlerobs1 (1 review written)
We took my parents to this pub for a meal yesterday (Sunday lunch) and I have never had such a poor dining experience. The place doesn't feel clean - the staff were unfriendly - the atmosphere was dreadful - and the food quality was shocking. My husbands meal was inedible (how can a burger be so badly prepared?) and he was given a refund; my dads steak was chewy and tough. My mum and I had the Roast chicken dinner - the chicken was good but the vegetables (of which there were few) were… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/08/2011 by welshlass1 (1 review written)
Went to this restaurant/ pub for the first time, after seeing t.v ad. Noisy, Grubby, staffed by gum chewing teenagers. Presented with a list of what they DID,NT have, including Gammon. Chicken, and 7/8 other foods. NEVER AGAIN. Advert totally misleading for THIS pub Steer clear… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/05/2010
The Stonehouse has improved greatly since I started visiting last year. Other reviews have said about children not being welcome unless they're with their dad. This is absolute rubbish! I have been on many visits where the bar staff are very friendly towards the children regardless of who they are with. The only time I've known there be an issue is where there have been children running around the pub but all that happened was the children being asked to sit down. Rightly so when there is hot… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/04/2010
racist remarks man eating barstaff and stale overcooked frozen food and that was a quiet day
i used to be a regular untill new management took over.
now the children are not welcome unless the father is alone with them. the food i would not feed my dog and there are racist remarks and bnp everywhere.
PLEASE GIVE US SOME DECENT STAFF
MINUS 5****… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/11/2009
Menu choices are very varied with something for everyone, Sunday Lunch is very acceptable excellent value for money. Choices of wine good prices per bottle very reasonable. Would recommend to family and friends… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/10/2009
First and last time at this pub.You could hardly get through the dorr for smokers/swearers/and youths tossing a Rugby ball.The interior dreary.The Barmaid has obviously never heard of customer contact and was in Robotic mode.Our two baked potatoes with fresh green salad took some 20 mins to arrive,noting that people after us had ordered and got their meals.It was a medium sized potatoe and the fresh salad was coated in rusty brown ends throughout,definitely not fresh,and the potatoe luke warm… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/03/2009 by EEdwards (1 review written)
i wouldn't recommend The Stonehouse, Newport, as it did not satisfy me.. very poor standards,
and i would like to say i have been there two-three times before and i was happily satisfied with their food.
but very poor! there inst any good points to be honest, only that the waiter changed my stake to a higher standard one.. still not great, and she apologized… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/06/2008 by xray61 (1 review written)
1st time visit, sticky tables and unfriendly service I feel from my experience, nothing attractive about this pub in my opinion, but the food was excellent, although a bit pricey for me.
I would not visit again though… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/12/2007
The Stonehouse, Newport is a great place to eat! Well done!… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/08/2007 by Welsh Foodie (40 reviews written)
I came across The Stonehouse in Newport by accident. I work near the M4, on an industrial estate with little opportunity for decent pub lunches locally, and I thought I'd try The Stonehouse, as it's only a mile or so away. It's a tough place to find amidst various roads, connecting roads and more connecting roads, and it is effectively in a fairly unattractive spot, near what looks like a fire station.
But, first things first. The car park is a bit small and obsessed with "disabled parking… Read Full Review
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