The Inn on the Wharf is definitely one of the nicer pubs in Burnley located, surprisingly enough, on the canal. It's a little out of the town centre and up the rather steep hill of Manchester road but it's a nice traditional pub that's definitely work a visit if you're looking for a more refined and relaxed atmosphere than you'll find in the town centre pubs. The Inn on the Wharf also serves a tasty range of food and the Sunday carvery tastes fantastic and often provides great value for money when there are offers on.
I went for Christmas dinner (one before last). We paid about £60 a head (possibly more) and about £30 for my son (who at the time was 1 and barely ate a thing!!) I can't speak for other times of the year but I would not recommend eating here for special occasions. They didn't have a clue who ordered what the food was awful and the service almost none existent basically we paid a lot of money for something that would have been nicer had we bought it from a station cafe. OH and despite having booked in advance with plenty of notice - they didn't have everything on the menu.
dissapointing used to go there all the time was one of better pubs in burnley.now its over priced. service terrible. current managers are rude and arrogent. go back 18 months great place now its to be avoided
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