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Stagg Inn, Titley

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The Butty Bach is now £4.75 and still served quite cold. As a mere rambler passing by for a drink and no food, I was treated somewhat superciliously by the new owner so I don't have any plans to return soon.
paul_d102 - 21 Sep 2022 09:03
The last reviewer had exactly the same experience as we did yesterday lunchtime. 3 course Sunday lunch was £21.50, the still-too-cold-but-otherwise-good Butty Bach £3.40. Draught cider was Dunkertons.
paul_d102 - 2 Feb 2015 09:56
Multi-roomed original gastropub that does not disappoint. Tastefully decorated and comfortable interior, with ales from Wye Valley being in good condition (if a bit cold). Food is by no means cheap and very much lives up to the aspirational prices in terms of taste and finesse. Faultless really. Service was a tad patchy when we visited for Michelin territory. Would definitely return, but it is not the sort of place you pass very often.
richythemole - 11 Aug 2013 14:38
Stopped off here whilst on holiday in the area. Definitely more restaurant than pub, they do serve up seriously great food (they obviously didn't get a michelin star for nothing). Considering the quality and what you might pay in similarly lauded establishments elsewhere, it was actually extremely good value; our meals were around the 10-11 mark each, and the portion sizes were pretty decent. Service was friendly and amusing; indeed, the landlady's impressive jugs are well worth checking out... :) Fantastic local cider on tap (Robinsons): proper cloudy stuff with the right balance of sweet and sour. Will definitely return if ever anywhere near the area.
marknorthfield - 1 Sep 2010 12:51
This is primarily a restaurant. But it does have a small bar area with two real ales - Hobsons Bitter & Ludlow Gold. The bottled cider & perry menu was impressive. I tried the locally produced ones from Ralph's- both the Radnorshire Perry and the Badlands Cider. They also have Westons and other producers. The small garden was a pleasant place in which to enjoy a couple of drinks.
blue_scrumpy - 11 Apr 2010 20:55
Stopped off at this pub on the way to a weekend in mid-Wales.
Boy, was it worth it! Thankfully I wasn't driving so could enjoy the cool. hoppy brilliance of the Hobson's bitter as well as the wine.
The food was stunning. I had seared foi gras to start, which was just divine. Then some slow-roasted pork belly. For afters I chose the chees and they whelled out this antique trolley thing, which was fun. The Welsh cheeses were really interesting. All in all the meal was serious 10/10 territory.
I left a very happy man, clutching one of the Stagg's homemade chorizo sausages.
I can't imagine when I'll ever be back that way again, which is a shame because I would eat there a lot otherwise.
DesperateDan - 18 May 2009 14:34
I have visited this pub twice once at night, where we had a good evening with friends, but we were not as impressed with the food as we had expected, and on my second visit during the day time I was bitterley disappointed, there was a poor selection at over rated prices and my faggots which I chose stayed with me well into the evening, and I have a strong constitution!! I am not likely to return, inspite of pleasant surroundings
Romap - 8 Apr 2009 14:15
Great beer, amazing food in a cosy laid-back atmosphere. Excellent staff - not fussing iver you but noticing everything.......
Lizzer - 26 Sep 2003 20:33

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