Popped in on a Sunday evening. Quick and friendly service. Good food and beer. Good choices. Recommended
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I've visited a few times and, after trying the lasagne once, I don't think I'll ever have anything else. Nice variety on the menu, including the 2 for £10, good seating both indoor and out.
We went there with six friends last night and what a fabulous pub. The decor is a bit dated but the service and the food could not be outdone. We had the fish and chips and it was spot on and very reasonably priced. I...More
It's been a long time since I visited and that was only for a drink or two. The Royal Oak is now mainly a restaurant although there is a bar area downstairs. There is also an extensive car park to the side as well as...More
Very friendly staff, always busy at lunchtime, best to book ahead. Good food, offer a 2 for1 menu at lunchtimes Mon to Fri, very good value. and lots of choice on the menu. Or you can still order from the main menu, but the meals...More
We had lunch here yesterday with another couple and it was a good experience. We all ordered mains from the 2 for 1 menu and all enjoyed our meals which were the same sized portion as those on the ordinary menu. Our deserts were very...More
Good selection on menu- varied & all reasonably priced. Delicious highly recommended. Staff very helpful & courteous.
Well appointed country public house with a wide range of real ales. Extensive menu and also special offers. Service is friendly and food is good. Booking advised.
Visited here last Tuesday with my husband, daughter and mum-in-law. 5-6 years ago we were regular diners because the food was so very good but it seemed to deteriorate so we ate here less frequently, always hoping it would be as good as it was...More
Good food and a wide selection of real ale, I have visited toe Royal oak a number of time with friends there is a roast on sunday's, They do a good liver as well as a perfectly cooked medium steak.