We were in the area looking for a good pub lunch and following the review's headed to the Wellington. There we found a menu with a good variety of dishes but the desserts especially were sublime so leave room.
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Since moving down the road a year ago, we have promised ourselves a meal here, got here at last and it was worth the wait. Everything that has been written is true..a lovely cosy pub with fantastic food and exemplary service. The chefs really love...More
Came to the Wellington Inn two days ago to celebrate our younger son's birthday. It's probably beneath least a year since we were last there, and the cooking is actually better than it was, at a very similar price point. We all three had a...More
Six of us went for a birthday celebration and enjoyed some drinks in the very cosy bar before going through for dinner. 2 of us had the Mixed fish, scampi and king prawn thermidor, braised basmati rice and we both thought it was well over...More
Never ever disappoints, we go regular and the food, atmosphere, service and value is absolutely perfect..!!
We were taken here by a local family member who is a regular and I can see why he was keen for us to experience it! This is a very decent, well presented, classic British pub with open log fires. The interior is excellently presented...More
This is our second visit to The Wellington. The food, service, ambience and location are all excellent. We enjoyed a lovely family Sunday lunch for my sons 30th birthday. The staff were attentive without being intrusive, nothing was too much trouble. We will certainly be...More
Went to this place on recommendation for my mums birthday. Starter was good, crab cakes and gravalax. Wait for the main course which is often the case on a Sunday in many places. Out of the 4 courses 3 were cold. The fat on the...More