Bulls Head, Goring By Sea - pub details
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Mulberry, Goring By Sea (0.5 miles), Henty Arms, Ferring (0.6 miles), Sussex Yeoman, Goring By Sea (0.7 miles), Golden Lion, Goring By Sea (0.8 miles), Something, Goring By Sea (1.0 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Visited a couple of weeks ago as part of a group of ten and found the pub perfectly acceptable. The service was good, the Timothy Taylor was good, the food was good and it arrived together.|
I had a mixed grill and it was really nice and my friends all seemed to enjoy their meals.
Only thing is that pub shuts at 11 on the dot - be nice to stay open a little longer to enjoy a fw more beers!
chunkypetersplat - 3 Dec 2011 21:31
|We had dinner here today and I must say it wasn't bad the food was very nice, but the service wasn't brillant. The food was slow, they did apologise; we had a toddler with us which was not that great for being so late with our food!! As anyone realizes with young ones they don't undestand!!! So in this case I find it not suitable, but it was pleasant, enjoyable pub.|
I found the maneger quite rude and could be more helpful, will go there again but proberly not with a small child!!
jselwood - 2 Aug 2010 18:47
|I would also like to point out that 'alarm bells' ringing due to how quiet we were has more to do with xfactor and strictly come dancing than our standards or food quality. Indeed you would have been unable to get a table during lunchtime! Apologies, however I feel that I have the right to reply when deemed necessary.|
linnibeth - 6 Oct 2009 12:21
|As the 'landlady' or manager as is the correct term of this business I would like to point out that the below statement which is attributed to the 'landlady' is not me, but a member of the team, and an incorrect identification. As a note, this complaint has been dealt with privately also, as we pride ourselves on doing with any issue brought to our attention.. and the cutlery buckets have been removed from use. The offending bucket was missed in checks and was disposed of immediately that day.. Thanks!!|
linnibeth - 6 Oct 2009 12:18
|Last month we heard that The Bulls Head was open again and decided to give it a try as we use to live nearby several years ago.|
For my husbands birthday I booked a table for six.
We arrived to an empty pub at 7.30 pm on a Saturday night. Alarm bells should have rang out then.
We ordered a mixed sharing starter which was great. very enjoyable.
Having taken a little time to eat, we then ordered our main meals. The vast majority of the food chosen was unavailable. On our third attempt to order, I just said "a salad" not wanting to order again and be turned down. 5 mins later, staff informed us that "they were so busy, they had sold out of salad at 8.30 pm!!" to make it simple, we said what do you have available and so all ordered scampi and chips. The food arrived, late and over cooked. One meal did not come at all and nor did we have any cutlery. When the cutlery arrived, it came in a bucket. upon taking out a fork, it had food attached. looking into the bucket, it was rusty, dirty and the cutlery was sitting in water with rotten food at the base! when the final meal arrived, we complained and the poor member of staff was so ashamed. Two of the meals were not touched as the scampi was so dark the fish was like bullets. The landlady came over and said "try next weekend when we have a new menu" no apology at all.
We left quickly and very disappointed with the entire Birthday meal. One round of drinks was taken off our final bill and two of our friends went home without a main meal at all.
Not a good experience, but at least one member of staff - a young man made the effort to come out to our car and say "i am so sorry".
rhawes - 5 Oct 2009 12:28
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