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3 reviews in English
Review from Qype User (kenmac…)
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Review from Qype User (update…)
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We went for happy hour tea time and were extremely pleased with the whole event. Friendly greeting from somebody who really knew what was what. Food is all real home made traditional fare. Very good. Cold evening and a warm log fire burning set the scene. Highly recommended.
Woops! Fortnight later the price has gone up 40% for tea-time special. Still nice but at the new price there is a lot of competition which beats it on price. After all, a tea time special is a tea time special, is a tea time special.
Review from Qype User (Dinah9…)
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The Smiths (As The Smiths Arms was renamed about 2 years ago) is my favourite pub meal in the area. The restaurant is small and intimate with a relaxed atmosphere and a varied but easy to follow menu with under 10 options for each course. Some of these are starred, meaning you can get 3 courses for around £10. The food is filling and original, quite gastro-pubby. Around a year ago they did an awesome steak with madagascan green peppercorn sauce that I wish they would bring back! The menu changes seasonally, and the sunday roast is hearty and filling. The side of the pub for drinking is seperated from the more modern dinign room, and contains sky tv and is busy and reasonable.