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Three Pigs, Edgefield - pub details

Address: Norwich Road, Edgefield, Holt, Norfolk, NR24 2RL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 13372) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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Sunday lunchtime visit so didn't see any casual drinkers and not sure it is that type of place anyway. We enjoyed our food very much (although the beef was too well-cooked for my liking) and it's worth signing up for a Norfolk Passport to get a 10% discount. Adnams Bitter and Broadside on sale as well as the house Wolf's Edgefield Old Spot, Woodfordes Wherry and Moon Gazer Gold IPA. Not cheap at either £4.20 or £4.50 a pint (depending on your choice) but I doubt anyone comes here for a session. The beer was more in the "decent" category than exceptional.
paul_d102 - 17 Jul 2017 13:05
Went to this place on the Good Beer Guide recommendation. Beer ok but my safe choice of fish and chips became a case of find the Haddock amongst the batter ! As previously mentioned its really a gastro pub and not a very good one at that. Avoid.
manstein - 23 May 2014 12:49
Some consistently tasty food, and especially competent vegetarian cooking. Quite keenly priced too for the quality. Service is strong and the pub has a really pleasant atmosphere. Ale was sadly average though - tried Southwold and Wherry, and neither overimpressed. Seems to have previously been called The Three Pigs, but looks like it has been rebranded to stress the victuals.
richythemole - 20 Apr 2014 07:27
Food presented well, but badly cooked, using what appeared to be frozen & reheated meat that had been through a slicing machine. The rest of the meal was no better. Beer was expensive, limited in range, and of indifferent quality. I'm left wondering what's happened to this place- It's certainly not the Three Pigs of even a year ago, and is miles away from the excellent restaurant of two or three years back.
biggles221 - 9 Feb 2013 17:28
Had a lovely relaxed late Sunday lunch here yesterday. The food was excellent and reasonably good value for money and the service was very good.

The best thing was that food is served all day on Sunday which means that there is no mad 2:30pm rush to order. That makes for a far more chilled out experience.

Sadly I was driving so couldn't sample the beers but will return with a different designated driver to give it a proper go.
porcus_volans - 21 Mar 2011 15:59

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