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“Pricey ”
Review of The Prince Rupert

The Prince Rupert
Ranked #17 of 228 Restaurants in Newark-on-Trent
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$10 - US$21
Cuisines: Italian
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Dining options: Breakfast, After-hours, Reservations
Description: The Prince Rupert is a casual dining venue situated in central Newark in a characterful building dating back to the civil war. The building dates back to 1452 and is perfect for popping in for coffee or a pint to fantastic home cooked food. From Pies to homemade stone baked pizzas to salads and much, much more!
Reviewed 25 June 2017 via mobile

Lovely little beer garden.. £4.80 for a pint of aspells....bit pricy but once its poured you gotta pay it.

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Ross D, Operations Manager at The Prince Rupert, responded to this reviewResponded 27 June 2017

Hi,
Our Aspalls Cyder is priced at £4.20 a pint so I am not sure where the £4.80 came from as we don't have any products priced at that. There is a price list next to the bar which is available to view before ordering.
We hope you visit again and give us another try.
Kind regards
The Rupert team

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Reviewed 19 June 2017

The Prince Rupert is an old favourite of my wife and myself because it sells good ale and pub food - can definitely recommend the fish and chips and Pizzas. You know that you will never ben let down and will always be recognised as a returning customer which brings on a smile for me every time. I do miss the last manager Martin who vigorously shook my hand on every visit but all of the staff are great and those that leave (including to have babies - you know who I mean) always seem to come back so that says it all really.

Thank 5557howsey
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Reviewed 12 June 2017 via mobile

As with other reviews, you can't knock the medieval charm of this pub. However due to the age of the building it does give a disabled visitor some issues. One fairly steep step to access the bar area. There is a disabled toilet which is a large room with all the grab rails but sadly is up 2 steps with a door immediately at the top so very difficult to access if walking with crutches. The staff were friendly and inviting, also apologetic about the stairs. Worth a visit if you can manage a few stairs. If your in a wheelchair it's not very accessible at all.

Thank Cazz892
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Ross D, Operations Manager at The Prince Rupert, responded to this reviewResponded 27 June 2017

Thank you for your review on The Prince Rupert. Unfortunately due to the listing of the building and its age we struggled putting a disabled toilet in. The steps unfortunately we could not alter due to listings and the uneven floors and narrow passageways understandably make it difficult of which we apologise for.
We are thrilled you liked the charm of the building which dates back to 1452 and if you chose to visit again we will do everything possible to make your experience as positive as we can. Please feel free to call us on 01636918121 and we will endeavour to reserve you a table and make things as easily accessible as possible.
Kind regards
The Rupert team

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Reviewed 30 May 2017

Lovely pub in the center number of ales on offer at the time of our visit they also had a mini beer and cider festival on. It has a number of rooms with a little outdoor seated area.

Thank jive3238
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Reviewed 26 May 2017

When you see the outside of the Prince Rupert you will want to check the age, it was 1452. Inside are bare wooden tables where you have to find a place because it can be crowded. Don’t be put off, you will find a place, otherwise you will miss a treat.

The menu look simple but the food is excellent and there is a good range of wines; the beers seem to be what many go for at a suitable time of day.

This is not a place to be missed.

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Thank SPR-amble
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