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The Boot Inn, Flyford Flavell - pub details

Address: Radford Rd, Flyford Flavell, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR7 4BS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 12046) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Pershore (5.2 miles)

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Flyford Arms, Flyford Flavell (0.1 miles), Red Hart, Kington (0.6 miles), Wheelbarrow Castle, Radford (1.8 miles)


user reviews of the Boot Inn, Flyford Flavell

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A bold banner claims that its Worcestershire number 1 pub. Not on this website it isnt!

The steaks did look impressive but I was only here for a quick post walk pint.

Excellent London Pride in cermonial glass.
Mappiman - 14 Dec 2013 14:43
RogerB gave a fairly good description of this pub in 2007- we sat in the inglenook fireplace on a comfy bench seat, the front bar is a decent size and clearly aimed for drinkers only (a good thing) as there are not any dining tables. The seats are mainly brown leather bucket chairs or brown leather sofas - overall it looks as if they are making an effort (at least on the furnishings side). The London Pride was recommended by the friendly locals and was in very good order, also available was Doom Bar and Stowford Press for the cider drinkers.
paul_d102 - 14 Jul 2012 21:03
Walking up to the pub after finding out the two previous inns didn't open until 1200 and dying for a drink (as one is when walking) I was really pleased that I was served with an excellent Hen by a friendly helpful Landlord altho' the barstaff proper (a very nice Lady) were not due to arrive for and hour. Now, that to my mind is a decent thing to be. Open when needed! Cheers to the Boot!
tcvarlh - 5 Feb 2011 10:47
We went for lunch today, Saturday 5th September. Speckled Hen & Adnam's Bitter on draught - what could be better?
A wife willing to drive home? Yes, that as well!
I know, I'm spoilt rotten! Well, for today, I was!

A Monday to Saturday lunch was 2 courses for 8.95 or 3 courses for 10.95.
Our starters were carrot & orange soup with lashings of seeded, brown bread & far too much butter than necessary and mine was pate with a fresh side salad and toast, again with oodles of butter! Both were huge and absolutely 5-star!
Our waitress was pin-sharp, attentive and so very polite.

Our mains were a large crayfish salad which was delivered in a huge, deep bowl and, as if it had come from a top-notch London restaurant, presented cylindrically and vertically - about 6 inches tall! It was such a magnificent structure that I wish I'd brought my camera! Mine was the local ham, egg & chips which was truly the best I'd eaten in ages.

Sadly, we couldn't manage a pudding though, looking back, I wish we'd have tried harder as I guess they would also have been first-class.

We thought it was one of the best luchtime pub meals we'd ever had - if not *the* best. We left a generous tip.

Shame there weren't more people eating here. The food is just magnificent and the beer is absolutely spot-on! We'll definitely go again and soon! A very, very memorable lunchtime and our compliments to the chef and staff.

totters_2000 - 5 Sep 2009 20:13
This was once my favourite eatery, no longer! Twice they've let me down, they won't get another chance until it changes ownership!
We waited 1 1/2 hours last night for our food to arrive at the table, others came in later, ate and left before we'd been served! The owners response was trite - 'fresh food takes time to prepare' How long does it take to grill a steak or a plaice??? An apology would have been nice but not forthcoming!
The 'specials board' - it hasn't changed in a year!
softboiled_please - 15 Nov 2008 09:28

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