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The Lamb Inn, Hindon - pub details

Address: Hindon, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP3 6DP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 11674) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Tisbury (3.4 miles)

Brewery: Young's

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other pubs nearby:

Angel, Hindon (0.1 miles), Beckford Arms, Tisbury (1.5 miles)

user reviews of the Lamb Inn, Hindon

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If it's good enough for trainman......
Nuff said.....
Only the most discerning.......
Could find fault.
And then their faultfinding could be faulty. I think.
trainfan - 30 Nov 2015 20:38
People, myself included, would love to love this lovely inn but sadly they can't seem to maintain a consistent standard. Myself and my wife have, for many years, regularly stopped for a break in Hindon which is a lovely village. The high point over the last year was one of the best rump steaks I have eaten. Plus another time an excellent sunday lunch where they found us a great table at short notice. We no longer stop at The Lamb for coffee now whereas once, it was served in a cafetiere with a chocolate mint and a smile, now it's slapped down in a cup, tastes like below average instant and we were made to feel we had inconvenienced the girl. I get the impression that a bunch of kids are running an inn as a school project - it all depends how enthusiastic they feel that day. It could be so good - we want to be regulars!
BigCat8 - 17 Mar 2013 18:01
Nothing to write home about here. Butcombe bitter was well kept, the food was not outstanding. Went there for a family pre-Christmas gathering so not many drinks consumed. Being Christmas had the reindeer (venison) steak. Not as tender as it could be and the roast vegetables were a little on the cool side. Hand made chips looked very similar to a bag of McCoys, I'm glad I didn't order these as a side dish. Cheese and biscuits (cheddar, red leicester, Brie and stilton) were a bit on the steep at £8.50. Generally a pleasant meal but not worth the 180 mile round trip.
ChrisL - 19 Dec 2012 18:48
I love this pub for its oldie-worldly ambience, interesting clientel and friendly staff. Can really relax with a drink here.
But the food - oh dear! I have had to send back my last three meals. One haggis contained sharp bits of bone that broke my tooth; one goose dish turned out to be a scrawny neck of a goose in one long piece - so tough I could not cut it. My wife's stuffed pepper was swimming in so much balsamic vinegar that she nearly choked. Last week four of us ate; the pork dish was mashed pork and stuffing (looked to me like Sunday lunch leftovers) with plain mashed potato. It was so dry that, although my companion managed to struggle through it, I could not. The ladies had the chicken dish which turned out to be a piece of roast chicken on plain mashed potatoes - no discernable sauce and no vegetables. Average price of these very basic dishes about �12!
To add insult to injury they charged a compulsory 10% service.
Advice: go for the lovely old pub and good beers: ignore the menu and order a bag of crisps followed by something from the excellent pudding menu.
davystokes - 18 Oct 2010 10:59
Been a few times. Food is always very good. Good beer (Tribute, Bombardier and a couple of Young's) although have had better Tribute. However today had first bad experience there, waited about an hour and a half for our main courses which was totally unaccpetable. We were offered a free round of drinks to make up for this. The waiter appeared spaced out and totally off the ball most of the time which was also poor. The food was great when it turned up, Lamb Shank was very good in particular but the wait was ridiculous and we refused to pay the 10% surcharge.
charliew - 11 Oct 2009 22:42

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