Written on: 22/04/2012
A first and last visit to this establishment, it needs a revival of its menu and some staff training, one of the elderly male waiters seemed as if he was just passing the time, we nicknamed him Mr cheerful. I had a black pudding & potato salad starter, which I can only describe as a small portion & grim, my partner fared better with the parma ham melon choice. For mains I decided on the Fillet steak wagon wheel, the sauce it was served with , was again grim, it would have tasted better with… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/12/2011 by Stevewych (1 review written)
Have visited here on a regular basis over the last 6 years. Best Steaks in Worcester. Service is always good to the point where if the veg of the day is not to our teenage son's taste, they will cook him an alternative. Celebrated my 50th here with a party of 10 all of which were impressed with the service and food. … Read Full Review
Written on: 04/10/2011
This was our first evening visit for several years, having previously been many times for birthdays and special occasions. We have always enjoyed the warm ambience of the location, described by some as 'old fashioned' or 'dated', being a reminder to us of what real pubs used to be like. We were greeted as old friends and made to feel most welcome. The menu has something for everyone. The starters are generous in proportion and the fillet steaks are the finest I have ever eaten. The sweet… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/02/2011
I first visited the Wagon Wheel some years ago and I have to say I was less than impressed. Having not visited since I was interested to see if anything had changed. On arrival the car park was busy, a good sign I thought.
Once inside it looked the same as it did 9 years ago, tired and very old fashioned. I was ushered into the bar with the rest of my party and was surprised at the limited choice of wine or lager, especially for a restaurant of its' size. 2 lagers is simply not good enough… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/02/2011
Absolutely scandalous. Ordered beef and it came out as a plate of fat which still looked alive it was that raw. The staff were the most rudiest I have ever come across. The customers were also very rude and it is definitely not child friendly. Will not be visiting again as everytime I think of the cow practically still mooing on my plate I feel physically sick!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/07/2010 by Stephenbray46 (1 review written)
This was my first time to the Waggon Wheel. Having read earlier reviews I was a little sceptical but I am so glad I wasn't put off. The food was absolutely mouth watering, cooked and served to perfection. I loved the way the main dishes were cooked in the restaurant and the vegetables served at the table rather than just bunged in a dish and stuck on the table. The old fashioned sweet trolley was a delight. The staff were extremely friendly without the constant hovering you get at many… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/07/2010
My husband and i have eaten here several times and we have to say the food is second to none.The wine list is comprehesive and i would and have reccomended it to anyone who enjoys good fillet steaks and beautifully prepared starters,vegtables and sweets.Definately excellent value for money… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/05/2010
I have dined at the Wagon Wheel at least four occaisions in the last 12 months and in the past the food and service has been excellent 3 weeks ago two of us ordered chateaubriand,it came on the small side served with toms&mushrooms plus very large onion rings possibly to hide the size of the steak,it was then cut so thin you could hardly see it,it was also seved with bearnaise sauce,it was thick&lumpy too much vinegar no hint of tarragon dreadful,veg&pots were no better followed with the sweet… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/01/2010
As though entering a time-warp...very old, dated decor, 3/4 wine glasses on the table were chipped at the base, bizarre waiting staff set-up - lots of people flying around your table all trying to get over-cooked food onto your plate as quickly as possible. Food not the worst, although very unhappy to see desserts brought on a trolley without covers and to top it off the cream on top of my pie was off, resembling cottage cheese. A very expensive, stomach churning event… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/04/2009
After many visits to The Wagon Wheel, Grimley, over 20 years, I have never experienced anything other than excellent service, beautifully prepared and tasty food and reasonable prices.
Mine host, always genial and attentive.
Specialities and desserts… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/04/2009
Nice pub in a quiet rural location. Italian owners. Not sure of the welcome as large function in other bar. We were very much an afterthought.
Was informed over the phone that The Wagon Wheel closed at two promptly. At 1.55 THREE people were looking at our table to see if we had finished.
Steak chips , and er... boiled cabbage. Nothing else on the plate.
Food took ages to arrive. Badly garnished.Expensive, and not good value.
Didn't really feel welcome, just treated as a person who was here… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/01/2008 by Shan Williams (1 review written)
Have returned time and time again and have never been disappointed!… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/09/2007 by ejn4 (3 reviews written)
The Wagon Wheel in Grimley is a fantastic little pub in quiet surroundings. Great food and service! It is very rare you get both together, unless paying over the odds for it.
I would recommend The Wagon Wheel to everyone… Read Full Review
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