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The Lamb Inn, Wartling - pub details

Lamb Inn

Address: Wartling, Hailsham, East Sussex, BN27 1RY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 24258) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Normans Bay (3.1 miles), Pevensey Bay (3.1 miles), Pevensey & Westham (3.4 miles)

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> Current user rating: 3.4/10 (rated by 11 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Lamb Inn, Battle (1.4 miles), Bulls Head, Boreham Street (1.4 miles)

 

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Met up with friends for a meal and a chat.
Skate was overcooked and tasteless. Quantity of whole dish was very small and worth about half the price paid. Would have made a very decent starter though size wise but not taste wise.
lot14 - 13 May 2015 20:51
Lovely looking country pub situated not too far from the busy A27. We arrived about 6pm to find the pub closed for the evening for a private function. I'm all for pubs hiring out a room for a function, but the whole pub? Very disappointing to travel down from London and find we couldn't get a beer here on a Saturday evening. We saw two other couples suffering the same frustration. I'm sure the party they had booked more than covered the revenue they lost from regular and passing custom. But all I can award this pub is a 0/10. Will try again one day, to see if this house will be open to the public.
blue_scrumpy - 8 Sep 2013 18:34
I found this pub in the Good Pub Guide and met a friend here for Sunday lunch last weekend. The pub itself is lovely, characterfull and cosy with comfortable sofas and neat dining room plus a lovely terraced garden. The staff were very friendly and saw to our every need, we were served in good time and they were professional and relaxed. The food was delicious and it was difficult to choose between the tempting choice of dishes. We had three courses all of which were tasty and well thought out. We then wanted to take the dog for a country walk and approached the staff for advice. They went out of their way to help and suggested a fantastic walk around the nearby castle which was beautiful. We will be coming here again.
runchie - 30 Apr 2010 17:26
Lawhouse's review merely confirms what Sussex, Hastings and I have said in the 3 previous postings: it's a restaurant, and if you're not eating, they're not interested in you.
earlydrinker - 15 Mar 2007 21:39
We booked a table for six for dinner on Saturday evening, pleasantly surprised when we arrived with the warm welcome and cosy lounge with luxurious leather settees. Interesting menu and specials board and excellent wine list, the latter somewhat pricey. The restaurant was atmospheric and the tables well presented although it was too hot and the lighting so dim it was hard to see.

First courses were a terrine of mackerel and crayfish, excellent, though could have been improved with some dressing on the accompanying salad, they could have missed the rather drab mayonnaise which was superfluous. A salad of bacon and goats cheese was superb. Good risotto and goats cheese tart.

Main courses cassoulet, lamb shank, pancake cannelloni and pork belly were all excellent.
Deserts were good and interesting.

All together an excellent dinner and evening some attention to detail would move it all up a notch. I do think the prices are a little over ambitious for a country pub.
lawhouse - 4 Mar 2007 12:47

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