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The Knatchbull Arms, Stoke St Michael - pub details

Address: Stoke St. Michael, Somerset, BA3 5JJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1704) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 4.7/10 (rated by 12 users)
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Now in the hands of new landlords Andy & Emma. Serving spearfished Bass, plaice, pollock. As caught by Andy and Lee from the dorset coast. Families and dogs welcome.
chilledpud - 6 Oct 2012 14:46
This is a cracking little village pub, serving great beer and bar snacks at very reasonable prices (main courses are rarely more than 6.99, some available for 4.99). Landlord Dave "Badger" Benson is the perfect host, cheerful, friendly and knowledgeable (particularly about sport!), and his wife Lin is an excellent cook. Don't come here if you want haute cuisine, but if you are looking for classic English bar snacks (specials board changes regularly) which won't hurt your wallet, then I would thoroughly recommend this pub. Also, many people just come in for a few drinks, so the atmosphere and banter is much better here than in places where everyone is eating meals. One other thing, they put a generous amount of cheese and crisps on the bar for customers to nibble on every Sunday lunchtime.
Alan_W - 12 Sep 2011 11:39
Went down to try it today only to find it doesn't open Monday and Tuesday lunchtimes.
Jules_B - 17 Jan 2011 14:16
had a very nice lunch for a party of 6. nothing was too much trouble and we were made very welcome. the range and quality of drinks was great as was the food. we had rented Coombe Cottage (very nice) and this was the local, previous reviews had little praise so with some trepidation we went in, so glad we did as we could have missed out on a lovely pub.
martinwizzo - 28 Jun 2010 23:33
lunchtime ,looking for food and drink,just happen to be driving through this village,saw the pub pulled into the car park,and went inside,just a couple of workmen doing the the chimmney,who were quite pleasant,couldn,t comment on the food or drink as there was no one there too sell it,typical village pub inside,wonder should i go back and try it again,it,s some 50miles away could be a possibilty in the future if i,m that way again.i shall rate it low,you can only sell your wares if your there too sell them,N.B i found a pub further on,had a meal 3 drinks 20.00 quid in the till,say no more???
james55westhead - 15 Sep 2008 18:03

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