Great food with quick friendly service. Fair prices good atmosphere Plenty of parking Well worth a visit
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We were staying in Chapel Amble and booked for Sunday lunch after a recommendation from the farm we stayed on. It is carvery only on Sundays. We all really enjoyed roast turkey with all the trimmings. We were too full for dessert. Service was ok.
Glad you enjoyed you're carvery with us. You must come back and to save room for desserts. The sticky toffee pudding is amazing!
We arrived and waited quite a while to be served at the bar, we were then shown to a table tucked into a corner with a huge dog filling up half the surrounding floor space, and another sat right next to our table. We were...More
I do apologise that you had to wait to order and that there was a dog near you, if i had known you were unhappy with the table you were seated on i would have been more than happy to seat you somewhere more to...More
A choice of well kept ales. Food is pretty good if a little pricey and the staff are very friendly and helpful. All in all very pleasant.
Found the Maltsers on Trip Advisor, excellent village pub with friendly staff, not much car parking. Sunday lunch was a carvery choice of Gammon, lamb, beef or turkey with veg for £9.95 good value for money, sat upstairs, very nice interior. Served ourselves to the...More
My wife and I visited The Malsters Arms for an evening meal, am I glad we found this place! The meal was absolutely fantastic and the service was second to none,our waitress Danielle was wonderful and so friendly! Please give her the recognition that she...More
We visited by chance and are so glad we did. We had a really really good meal. The staff ( or the one member that seemed to be doing everything) was really friendly and efficient. We will definitely be back on our next visit to...More
We stopped at the Maltsters for lunch whilst on holiday in the area. The pub is much bigger on the inside than it looks from that outside . We were met with a friendly greeting from the owner and barmaid. The menu was pretty standard...More
Lovely Cornish country pub set in an idyllic small village. Friendly welcome, good choice of beers and wines. Food was excellent. We started with a sharing platter of fine quality cold meats, olives, breads and hummus. Mrs Bailey had the lamb and I went for...More