The Trooper Inn, Wall - pub details
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|Despite a reservation I was kept waiting for a table for over half an hour.The waitress took our order in the bar which was not nice for my quests. She agreed to provide lots of vegatables. They did not arrive and when I asked for more she argued with me infront of my quests despite being prepared to pay whatever it costs. Dishes were delivered without vegatables. An over crowded rushed pub pretending to be a restuarant.Restaurant prices. |
Brady - 19 Oct 2011 20:47
|Had a fantstic meal at the Trooper, the starter sharing fish platter was a meal in itself, then opted for more fish - lemon sole which was cooked to perfection. My partners sirloin steak was very tender and I must say we thoroughly enjoyed the whole evening. The staff were very polite and although the meal wasn't cheap it wasn't overly expensive. The guest beer, think it was LBW went down well with my partner, served just at the right temperature apparently.|
We wish the owners every success in their new venture.
lillyb - 27 Aug 2010 14:54
|Worst meal I have had in a long, long time, and very overpriced. The roast potatoes weren't roasted, I doubt they had seen the inside of the oven let alone been allowed to roast. The prices were incredibly high, it after all a pub not a first class restaurant. I have had Sunday roasts at real restaurants in Lichfield Centre, that were less costly. |
I had to end the vegetables back as they really were that cold, I had also requested my mash without Horse Radish, the cold dish didn't have horse radish, when it was returned to me, had horse radish in it and was unable to eat it. I didnít bother saying anything and just left it on my plate uneaten Spent £17 per head on a Sunday Roast, for cold vegetables & uncooked roast potatoes. Although I do have to say that the meat was first class. Would not recommend this pub
WindyRoad - 15 Aug 2010 09:39
|I mostly agree with stymaster except on the beer front. Greene King IPA and two from Shenstone Brew co ( brewed by Highgate ) was very unremarkable and at £ 3.25 a pint not worth going out of the way for. However it is good to see a pub open.|
quaffed - 3 Jul 2010 16:05
|It has just re-opened. There's a strong bias to food, which is towards the upper end of pub food. Prices not cheap, but not horrific, food good, good choice of ale and friendly staff.|
stymaster - 20 Jun 2010 20:45
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