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Written on: 16/08/2013 by andypritchard (1 review written)
On entering the Red Lion i was greeted by friendly staff and i felt welcome immediately. The food was quickly delivered and was excellent.I will definitely be going back again and will recommend to my friends… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/08/2013
Fantastic food at very reasonable prices served by friendly staff. The landlord seemed a nice guy who went out of his way to talk to people. The whole atmosphere is one of an excellently run family pub… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/03/2013 by Mysticmarky (1 review written)
For those who haven't been to the Red Lion recently, or were perhaps put off by previous visits, please do take the time to go back. The food has improved dramatically since it changed hands before Christmas! The pub now serves a good selection of quality menu options along with some great wines. The atmosphere has also improved and the service is informal and friendly. I live locally and have eaten there on several occasions recently - I haven't been disappointed with any of the meals I… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/02/2013 by Kellypiemashop (1 review written)
Today we had four of us had lunch at The Red Lion Sturmer. Very disappointing. Two had the roast beef which was overlooked and dry. The Yorkshire puddings were good but the roast potatoes were dry too with a odd taste. Two has the roast pork which was good,however the vegetables let it down again. It was came with a small serving of gravy so we asked for some more. We were given a very small jug half full and when the bill came they had added £1.00 for the gravy. Their explanation was that it… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/11/2010 by adampj (1 review written)
Staff That Really Couldn't Care, Poor Food & Overpriced!
Having been a regular at the Red Lion prior to the Restaurant closing, I decided to return and try out the latest offerings from the new management, which I believe came into effect June/July 2010.
Unfortunately, this was far from a pleasant experience.
Having arrived at the pub, we decided on drinks and sat down to choose what we wanted to eat. Prices here are high, even for a village pub. You're looking at around £9-£12 for a main… Read Full Review
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