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Visited last Tuesday with friends on our holiday in the Cotswolds for the curry evening. From start to finish a lovely evening. The staff were all really nice and Friendly. We ordered a selection of starters to share and popadoms and were all delicious. Our...main courses were just as good. Curries with lots of flavour and so delicious. Very reasonable price and we loved our evening here. If lived closer would revisit without hesitation. Thanks for a fabulous evening.More
Indian food is not at the top of our favourites list but we thoroughly enjoyed our Indian meal at The Ivy. The food is all freshly cooked to order and is light and very flavoursome without being overpowering! The medium spice was perfect for us;...the presentation was very attractive & portion sizes were very generous. Service was very attentive and helpful; we highly recommend a visit and we will be back to our local soon!More
First time been here had good reviews so we gave it a try very clean an tidy staff very good my son had the burger I had the chicken with Katsu sauce all well presented an nice an hot will return when lockdown ends 😀
So having been frequent users of the Ivy under its previous incarnation this was our first visit since it reopened under new management. That will be the only comparison old against new. Accommodation is good, plenty of space, and a nice place to be. Service...was very good, efficient professional and friendly. We were here for Sunday lunch but were given the option of a Sunday menu or choosing from the main menu, both looked good but we stuck with Sunday lunch. Great whitebait nibbles followed by roast beef, roasties and veg with Yorkshire pud. All excellent and huge portions, so much so we couldn't eat desert, good though the choices looked. It was great to see that the reopened Ivy was offering good quality across the board. We are local so will certainly go again, that said it is certainly worth a trip out from further afield.More
I had heard that The Ivy Inn, Arrow Lane, North Littleton, Evesham WR11 8EF had been taken over by new management. I made a reservation with family. From the moment we arrived it was clear that the new young manager Kyle and his team were...anxious to impress all customers with their knowledge of the large selection of beers, ales and food available on the niche menu. We sat next to the roaring open fire and soaked up the relaxed ambience of the bar lounge, which is very popular with the local villagers and visitors to the rural area. Kyle skillfully guided my family through the menu taking into account any allergies and dietary requirements. Once the first course was ready we were shown through to the Restaurant, which is spacious and has its own unique character. The starters and main course were all served in a timely fashion and the locally sourced ingredients were a culinary delight. The food was to the highest standard and we duly complimented the chef on excellent choice of ingredients, herbs and spices. The deserts also were all freshly prepared and the perfect finish to a quite frankly superb meal. Myself and the family will definitely return and we thoroughly recommend this jewel to anyone wanting to sample phenomenal food in a very traditional country public house setting. Well done Kyle and to your team. I am sure Kyle, that with all your hard work, that The Ivy Inn will be a great success.More
Visited this lovely pub on 9th July, ordered 2 large glasses of malbec only to be served them in plastic pint cups!
Apparently the owner prefers this!
Would of been nice to be told this before i ordered as perhaps I would of ordered something...else!
Especially at 18.00 for 2 glasses!
Surely all glasses would be washed anyway?
otherwise lovely pubMore
Date of visit: July 2020
Ivy_Admin, General Manager at The Ivy Inn, responded to this reviewResponded 12 July 2020
I'm disappointed regarding your experience at The Ivy Inn. We decided to use plastic cups as an extra precaution for the first week as we expected it to be busy. This allowed up to dispose of cups straight away and not risk glasses...More