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The Lambs Green Inn, Wimborne - pub details

Lambs Green Inn

Address: Lambs Green Lane, Corfe Mullen, Wimborne, Dorset, BH21 3DN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 24141) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Hamworthy (4.6 miles), Poole (5.1 miles)

Chain: Vintage Inns

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I Don't often comment on pubs, and gave up a long time ago on The Lambs Green with regards to it poor food and dreadful service....but they did often put on a good pint.... but no more, today we were greeted by a selection of ales all drawn through sparkler/creamers, call them what you will.....but deadly to a good cask conditioned compromise from the barmaid who has obviously been briefed that they must stay on....because obviously the customers are just idiots..............Farewell forever .... idiots.... Mr Angry of Corfe Mullen... who then a had a fab pint of Summer Lightening straight from the barrel at The Coventry Arms....happy daze .
Fiddle_Titch - 1 Dec 2013 20:25
Enjoyed our lunch for 2, good quality food and service but spolit by the starter 'King Scallops' which should have been described as Pork Belly with a pair of scallops, 2 average sized scallops just does not justify the description and is insufficient even though they were tasty. Would have scored higher if not for this disappointment.
rogerjavon - 14 Aug 2012 18:02
Pubco owned place not far from Wimborne up a side road. The staff all seemed pretty bored when we arrived, with very little custom. Despite this and the number of unoccupied tables, the front of house man kept telling people they should have made reservations. The local CAMRA magazine had voted this place pub of the season for Autumn. But the range of ales on offer was fairly disappointing - Everards Tiger Triple Gold, Ringwood Best, Sharps Doom Bar & Fullers London Pride. The latter was replaced by Acorn Barnsley Bitter whilst we were there. Aspalls was the cider. Service was fairly professional. The building itself is fairly large and has character. As a freehouse, this could be so much better.
blue_scrumpy - 29 Jan 2012 11:31
Went back again on the 30th of January 2010 (I've been a few of times in between that visit and the visit in March, probably about 5 visits in 2009)

Great food, a really good beef, mushroom and Guinness pie. Very nice scampi, fantastic open chicken pie. Dunno if the kitchen is doing pre-prepared meals or cooking to order but it's all very good.

Tonic water in G&T was fizzy, Sharp's Doombar was very well presented and the wine was declared good too.

Service with a smile. This pub has the same faces as a year ago. Same manager, same bar staff and same waiting staff. They are friendly without exception. It's dog friendly to boot and it's good value for money.

Well worth a 9. Great example of what a chain pub can do, when it's run properly.
rgb - 1 Feb 2010 18:18
Hard one to call this, a real mix on my only visit to date. The food is not expensive. The beer - TT Landlord - was very good. Average beer prices for region. Wine was expensive, a large glass costing more than a bottle of the same stuff (6.80 for a rather average Sancerre)

A good selection of meals but a lot of the food is obviously out of the freezer (Yorkshire puds were awful and the spuds were past their best) roast beef however, was excellent. Portions were enormous, so I'd give it a 9 for value for money.

Staff varied immensely. I suspect a lot of them were either new or just in for Mothering Sunday, so service was erratic. Starters arrived quickly, main course took three-quarters of an hour.

Parking is a bit tight, as noted elsewhere and the garden was a mecca for smokers but it's a dog-friendly pub, it's clean, it's spacious and we will be returning, to see what it's like on a 'normal' day.
rgb - 23 Mar 2009 18:02

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