Lovely local pub & restaurant with interesting menu & great quality food. Staff are friendly & inviting, we had a lovely, relaxing evening.
We had game stew & swordfish with gnocchi, followed by sticky toffee pudding and Dark Chocolate & Beetroot Mousse, Crushed Meringue, & Coconut Sorbet all washed down with Butty Bach real ale. All were good but one other couple complained about their main course and another about the rose wine. There appeared to be only one member of staff behind... More
We recently held a celebration meal for my Mum's 60th birthday at The Three Tuns. We had a wonderful meal and the service was excellent! Due to our numbers we were given the entire upper floor with drinks on arrival. The table was beautifully laid and tall meal courses arrived hot, well presented and there was certainly plenty of food... More
A weekend with my daughter, and took in a visit to Hay-on-Wye, where we ate in this great pub. As the name would suggest this is a very old pub, with a delightful decor, really old wooden beams, slate floor etc. we sat in the main bar where we had booked a table. An appetiser of small pieces of Chorizo... More
A nice roaring fire, just right for a wet and windy autumn night. So the ambience was very pleasant. I had the fairly expensive steak. It was OK, but rather skimpy on the meat and veg, although well presented. The fish and chips were tasty and decent vaue. The desserts are a tad expensive but one cheese plate between two... More
The pub itself is warm and inviting, as are the bar staff however we were really disappointed with our food. We ordered two pizzas to share, one of which was a meat feast but when it arrived we realised that it wasn't a meat feast but a duck pizza! There was no pepperoni, bacon or beef the kind of meats... More
Ate at The Tree Tuns last Thursday night and what an amazing night and meal myself and my partner had. From the moment we walked into the 17th century pub/restaurant we were made to feel welcome by a welcoming front of house team, seated and glass of wine in hand in minutes. Food was amazing trout mouse and frog legs... More
I lived locally for many years and was back visiting family, we had not visited The Three Tuns since its refurbishment a few years ago and found ourselves popping in for lunch more out of curiosity than anything else. First of all the welcome was amazing, we hadn't booked and had our three small boys with us, they are very... More
The duck was over cooked and tiny, there were 3 shrivelled gooseberries and the pub had run out of the moose. My pizza didn't have any tomato base sauce and the dough did not take like pizza dough at all. All in all I expected much better but the last behind the bar was very polite and friendly.
Really sorry to hear this. The white pizza is not served with a tomato base but the home made dough should have been perfect and for that there is no excuse - really sorry. Re the duck leg I hope you don't mind me pointing out that by its nature it will not be a large cut of meat but... More
A beautiful old 17th century pub. Full of character and a roaring fire. Evening food starts serving at 6.30 and I ordered the pork loin whilst my wife ordered the beef. Food took 35 minutes to arrive and presentation was very good. Sadly my pork loin was extremely dry and over cooked. The outside of the meat was a crust... More
Thanks for taking the time to leave feedback and I am sorry that you found your experience not entirely positive. Service starts at 6.30pm and your meal took 22 minutes to prepare and serve from this point. We did ask you a couple of minutes into your meal if everything was OK to which you replied yes and as you... More
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