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Elms, Lutterworth - pub details

Address: Rubgy Road, Lutterworth, Leicestershire, LE17 4BW [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 33536) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 6.7/10 (rated by 3 users)
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Large pub next to Travelodge, prompt service, wasnt happy with my pint of Marstons, changed without question and apology given. Food decent.
Solent66 - 25 Nov 2011 18:41
Visited again today whilst travelling up the M1. Again food very good and service excellent. Now worked out that the Banks Original and Marstons Pedigree are permanent fixtures and the third beer rotates amonst the W&D brands so called guest beers. Today it was a beer called Marstons 175 Not Out at 4.2%, which is supposedly being brewed during January to celebrate 175 years of brewing history at Marston's. Very nice pint..
Gann - 11 Jan 2009 22:38
Found this place by chance whilst travelling down the M1 and couldn't face the thought of eating at 'Watford Gap'. The Elms is very handily situated on the Luttleworth road just off J20 of the M1.
This is a Wolverhampton and Dudley family orientated pub. I didn't realise it is a new build as Andylk explains below, but not surprised as it has that brand new feel to it.
Its a large pub but designed in sections around the central bar , so there is plenty of quiet seating areas dotted around. A really good feature was a large real open fire place , which on this chilly December lunch time had a real open fire blazing away in the hearth.
Also good were the beers from the W&D range, which today was Banks Original, Marstons Pedigree and Jennings Redbrest. Only tried the Jennings which was perfectly fine.
Food menu was good and varied and as mentioned aimed at families with a kiddies menu as well. This does mean that you do get families with multiple pushchairs in, but the pub is big enough that you could avoid these if you wanted to.
Another major plus point was the service. We sat down at a table and started perusing the food menu. Before I 'd had a chance to get up and go to the bar a young lady appeared ready to take our order for drinks and food, both of which appeared promptly and efficiently. A nice touch was a small complementary plate of Tortilla Crisps and Salsa dip which was delivered with the drinks. In the end, a round of drinks, 3 mains, 3 coffee's..�35.00
So next time you're coming down the M1 through Leicetsershire, you can either pull off into The Watford Gap Services, or pull off at J20 and go to The Elms for a Pie and a Pint. I know what I will be doing.
Gann - 21 Dec 2008 15:30
A new pub, tied in with the Travelodge next door. Visited on a Saturday early evening and doing good trade, and a nice pint. Part of my family were eating there whilst staying at the Travelodge, and they enjoyed the food.
Andylk - 15 Jun 2008 09:55

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