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The Sun Trevor, Llangollen

Sometime in September 2009 we moored our leaky hired narrow boat opposite this pub on the Llangollen canal in torrential rain with five on board [ 3 were pensioners ]. After trudging over a bridge the manager refused to serve us food as he said he was expecting a coach party. Having read the other reviews its probably a good job we did not drink there and we ate on board. Welsh weather followed by Welsh hospitality.

23 May 2011 23:17

The Blue Lias, Stockton

The Blue Lias Inn is a converted Farmhouse by the side of the Grand Union Canal. I have visited it twice in the past two weeks, firstly on my narrow boat [not a barge] and secondly in my car to treat my old mum to lunch. Its a nice clean pub in lovely surroundings with plenty of seating in and out. It has a reasonably priced pub menu and the food was served hot, freshly cooked and within a short while of ordering. The only down-side was only one member of staff serving drinks on both occasions so queuing was a pain and sometimes quite lengthy as food orders were taken by the same person. Worth a visit in case the ghost of the murdered farm hand appears chased by the one legged farmer.. . . . . . . . . 8/10 and will go again.

23 May 2011 22:58

Miller and Carter, Hockley Heath

Just the same as always. Good hot meals pub grub style, nothing fancy with a superb free salad bar, fair prices and good service. Sometimes when its crowded you may have to wait a few minutes but otherwise no probs. As mentioned before yes the staff are young but I have always found them extremely polite and eager to please. Whoever trains them is still on the ball.

26 Apr 2011 00:43

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