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The Bell Inn, Leigh on Mendip - pub details

Address: Leigh Street, Leigh upon Mendip, Bath, Somerset, BA3 5QQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1705) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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Had a superb Sunday Roast at the Bell. The food was wholesome hot and tasty and in abundance. �8.95 for the main course. They keep a fine pint of 6X I am fussy about this, it is one of my favourite ales. Recommended
Drywillie - 24 Oct 2010 22:46
Have made a return visit to the Bell and found it to be under new owner/managementship. You can see that changes in the decor are under way and at least a dozen or so people in there this lunchtime. A young chef and friendly bar staff..Lunchtime snacks menu looked inviting all under a fiver,although i found some other known pub dishes a bit pricey..i.e the Lamb shank �10..I look forward to going back when the transformation has taken place,and nice to see someone has taken an interest and trying to make a go of it..Having seen it before and now a definate, directional improvement..
james55westhead - 14 Jul 2009 17:28
The Bell, i found this country local somewhat tired in the decor dept,3/4 seperate rooms,laid out with tables for dining,the bar itself was typical of it,s type.the landlord was watching tv in the pool section,and i was the only customer,the landlord seemed hospitable but,was quick to add that he was leaving due too lack of trade,his spouse commented that only a few locals use the place,.At �3.00 i paid for my lowest gravity real ale,and �8.50 for a carvery,i could well sympathise with the locals.This reminded me of the old sales addage,and i quote"is it better to sell 10 pints at �1-oo or 5 pints at �2-00."It must be remembered that we all have to suffer increases in gas/elec etc,not just the local shop/pub.
james55westhead - 15 Sep 2008 18:18
Too true!
This pub has all the ingredients for a perfect evening out. Great music, good company, great fod, and good selection of beers and wines! A winner with me too!
wiglet - 24 Aug 2007 09:16
I couldn't disagree more with the last comment. This pub has a brilliant atmosphere, and the owners couldn't be more welcoming.The food is superb and nothing is too much trouble. The pub garden is lovely and accomodating to families too.
Well worth a visit! Keep up the good work!
anonymous - 24 Aug 2007 09:13

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