bit pricey compared to other pubs but well worth paying that bit extra. The lamb shank is excellent.
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My fiance and I met our best man there to finalise arrangements as it was a convenient halfway meeting point. I have passed this place many times thinking that it was a pub like all the others. Well how wrong I was..just goes to show...More
My husband and I have spent another great evening at The White Bear....the food was fantastic as always...the wine exceptionally good......and as always great service....hosting is a skill and this gastro pub has it down to a T!!!!!!! What a gem on our doorstep....
Having eaten here twice in the evening off the a la Carte menu and been happy with the food, I was extremely disappointed with their Sun lunch. For £12.50 I had a tiny chicken portion, 3 roast potatoes (no mash or new potatoes), some soggy...More
Used to go here a lot but haven't been in over a decade until a recent Sunday lunch. Lovely roast dinner. However, only a few prawns on starter dish and one piece of focaccia bread way ahead of soup arriving. Seems a bit tired. Lovely...More
Dined here with friends on a Saturday evening for dinner. Excellent food with enthusiastic service. Tempura prawns with sweet chilli perfect as was my wife's baked Brie wrapped in Parma ham. Homemade Foccacia very good quality. My duck breast was tasty, cooked really well, pink...More
Currently on a motorcycle holiday making our way up to Scotland. Stopped en route near our first night's hotel at this quaint little gastro pub as I had seen other reviews when I did a Trip Advisor search. We didn't book in advance, but thankfully...More
This is the first time we have visited The White Bear, and very pleased we did! The exterior of the building doesn't look dramatically appealing, but inside it is a rather quaint little place. The lady who served us was really lovely, and was very...More