Dined here twice whilst staying at a nearby b and b, prices were good and the food and service were perfect.
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27 of us enjoyed an excellent Christmas lunch last week. We ordered turkey or beef beforehand but no sweets but were given a wide selection of desserts. Meat was excellent and plenty of vegetables, which we were able to help ourselves to. Very reasonably priced...More
Good seniors menu 2 courses for £9. Good choice of beers and dogs allowed in the bar but not the dining room. Down side is intrusive piped music. Friendly staff.
On a wet and dull day like today we took the kids to the trampoline park then went looking for somewhere to eat - we found the Pump on the Green by chance. There is a good range on the menu including children’s food. We...More
We wanted to try this restaurant as we are local and like to find new places to visit. However I have to say it was a complete disappointment. It is basically a small pub serving pub grub. The menu was lack lustre and certainly did...More
Thank you for taking the time to review.. sorry you left disappointed but as you would have seen from our menu that we do have salad, fish and vegetarian meals as well as meat dishes available. We do serve vegetables with our bar meals also...More
I was with a party of seven (who all went the restaurant to eat food). Everyone enjoyed their meal which maintains a high standard and ample portions. There is a good selection of beers on tap. The staff are helpful with advice on meal selection...More
We visited for a family meal , barmaid ignored me when I said hello on arrival, she was very rude towards us and our children Food was average , will not be returning.More
Thank you for taking the time to leave a review, in our defence you had booked a table for 17 when only 7 of you had a meal while also being over a hour late. You were also asked politely to keep your children under...More
A well patronised and attractive pub in a small village. The restaurant had a good choice of reasonably priced meals - we had venison, duck, chicken and seabass, which came with excellent garlic potatoes, chips and mixed vegetables; there was a good choice of desserts....More
In a tiny little village in Pembrokeshire, sits Pump on the green. This is a must visit on any trip. The people here extend a hospitality that is warm, sincere and welcoming. The food is delicous, We had the lamb ( of course, no trip...More
The food was excellent, it took a bit of time to come out but was so worth the wait we were told that the owners were out for the day by the locals and that was why we had to wait, we didn't mind as...More