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Table ready and set when we arrived. The staff were very attentive and the bar staff helped bring the drinks to our table without asking to do so. Food good and plenty of it!
The service was excellent and the surroundings were lovely and we enjoyed the food very much made for a very pleasant afternoon as a birthday treat for my friend
Super friendly and efficient staff. Food was fresh and very tasty. Nothing was too much trouble and the service was brilliant. Looking forward to visiting again. Highly recommended.
Lovely friendly atmosphere and excellent home made food. Ate here two nights and service and meals where lovely. If you stay at the caravan park down the road you then get 10% off your meals but really they are not expensive.
Well what can I say. We had booked a weekend away in our touring caravan for our anyversary, and when booking we looked online at nearby facilities. The Bingley Arms the local pub/resteraunt. I looked online and noted that Bingley Arms was the oldest pub in England which really appealed to us with its traditional character and charm. We booked in for Sunday lunch and was pleasantly surprised at the decor and facilities. The food was amazing along with fantastic service. I would recommend friends and family to eat here and I will be coming back in the near future.
I live in Bardsey and The Bingley Arms is my local. My best friend came over last night for and we had booked a table for lunch. Unusually it was quiet but, as always, the staff were attentive and friendly, the wood burning stoves were lit, the wine was well chilled and the food was hot, well cooked, tasty and plenty of it. It's also good value for money. I'll be back again very soon.
Excellent evening out at the Bingley Arms. The restaurant wasn't as busy as the rest of the pub (night of England match!), so we were able to relax and hear ourselves! Service was quick and efficient. There was a good choice on the main menu, but lots of other choice on the "specials" board. My starter of chicken liver pate was excellent, and surprisingly, enough "proper" Melba toast was provided for all the pate! The lamb shank was melt in the mouth yummy, served with a Yorkshire Pudding and delicious gravy (rather than "jus") and minted mash. Vegetables were served separately. My companions' choices of scampi and steak & ale pie were all pronounced excellent. A decent bottle of wine and 4 coffees finished a really good evening and we'll certainly be going again.
I would normally have given this place a 6 any day of the week. They just seem to be getting a little complacent and letting their standards slip a little - it is still good but it's just not great. The service was also a little bit wanting. Two people had their mains served. Then there was a 5 minute wait until one lot of potatoes arrived. Another 5 minutes before any cutlery arrived, 2 more mains came and then the veg followed by the remaining potatoes, then we had to wait for condiments. The first two diners were half way through their meal before the rest of us had even plated up. The staff don't seem to be able to work together as a team to ensure all the food arrives for one table at the same time. We do still recommend it to lots of other friends as they have a great chef.
I booked a table on the internet without any problems and from the comfort of my armchair. This was for a walking party and after a pleasant 5 mile walk 10 of us had Sunday lunch. Te service was very good, the choice of venue was very good and the portions were very substantial. The food was very good and hot. I would recommend the Bingley Arms and will bee making a return visit very soon, as will the members of my party.
Table ready and set with menus waiting when we arrived. Our orders were taken and food arrived without waiting too long. All meals were really good and freshly prepared. Always looked after well by all the staff at The Bingley Arms.
On a positive the staff are very friendly, the location and inn are very nice. I've had 2 meals here in the last couple of weeks and both have been very average. I had the steak and ale pie on the first visit. I think the chef thinks adding 10 tonne of salt to his gravy makes it more cheffy, wrong! It's just bad cooking. I thought I would try something different the second time so I has a steak. I was asked how I wanted it. I asked for medium but it came well done. I don't mind well done steak but that's not the point. Don't ask if you can't deliver. The other parts of the meal were just average.
The restaurant may have a valid claim for being the old pub in Britain but the place looked drab and ready for an update on the décor. Booked a table for 13:00 and arrived on time but it was 13.25 before someone took our drinks and food order. Not offered a menu on arrival, we did ask for some menus at about 13:15. Even two Ladies who left the Pub at about 13:20 (who frequently had Sunday lunch at this pub) commented that we had not any food served, in response I said they have not even taken our order yet. We all (3 people) had the same main course, steak and ale pie, which was served hot and in reasonable time after we had ordered. It was sound pub grub but not my idea of Gastropub dinning. We only had the one course and finished off with teas and coffee. When I asked for the bill I had at least another 10 minute wait as the staff were having problems in printing the bill from the electronic till. The pub was clearly doing sound business for a Friday lunchtime and my review is not consistent with what I have read in other review. However, I did a 240 mile round trip to take my 90 year old Mother in Law out for lunchtime treat for Mother’s Day and the experience fell well below expectations.
We had our meal in the bar which was warm and cosy. Our server was friendly, atttentive, and very helpful. The food was delicious, and cooked to perfection. We had a couple of the specials, Lamb Rack, and the Venison. The food was presented well, equal to any high class restaurants. We also found that the drinks very competitively priced. A excellent experience, and look forward to a return visit
Electronic booking system went smoothly. Food was very good with a great selection in accompanying vegetables. Children's meals a little disappointing - pizza had obviously been overcooked as the edges were burnt and there was extra cheese thrown on to disguise this. The chicken goujons portion was quite small - but then not for a younger child! Overall, it was an enjoyable meal, good service and a very pleasant ambiance. We'd definitely recommend and would visit again.
Went for discount menu - Twosdays - two for one bargain. Pub is very appealing, old and characterful. Very busy with only two waitresses, rushed off their feet, therefore service was delayed and we had to ask to be given the dessert menu and fetch more drinks ourselves from the bar. This lack of staff is the only reason the review has been given 5 rather than six stars.
Food is excellent quality. Good value for money as the portions are very large. Customer service is excellent, staff are very efficient and service is always with a smile. The location of the pub is in a nice setting. Overall I'm always happy with the service provided by the bingley arms it is consistently very good.
The food was really good, very tasty and well cooked and presented. The young man who served us was really cheerful and cracked a couple of jokes with us. The pub itself was delightful and it was nice to have drinks and a meal in a pub with such character and history. All in all, a good night was had by all.
The restaurant was pleasantly busy, but not crowded. The staff were pleasant, friendly and helpful. The Sunday lunch menu provided a selection of starters and mains to suit all tastes. The food was of a good quality and served hot. We were particularly pleased with the varied selection of perfectly cooked vegetables. Overall a good meal at a reasonable price.
Our food was plentiful, of very high quality and had clearly been freshly cooked which explain why service, while attentive and friendly was just on the edge of being a bit slow. The choice of wine complemented our meal very well and overall we had an extremely pleasant extended lunch, and will definitely be back for more.
Lovely old pub, in a delightful village, & nice to think ggggg-grandpa hoisted a tankard or two here in the 1720s! Excellent food, friendly staff! We liked option of reduced size meal, too. Dark beer was delicious, too. Hope to stop by again next trip south.
The 'special' pheasant pie was full of tiny sharp bones. My guest who had ordered it didn't want to complain as everyone else had had an enjoyable meal. I did not want to embarrass her by raising it yesterday. However it was inedible and thus very disappointing. The other 6 six enjoyed their meals: main courses, sweets and coffees. Service was pleasant as was the situation of our table.
Lovely restaurant with brilliant staff. Well-priced food that was of excellent quality. Only thing I can think of as a negative was the chimney/fireplace in the Snug needed a good sweep & clean; it was a little bit grubby & the room smelt sooty! A very minor quibble about an excellent venue.
Great meal , staff very attentive , table prepared with baby chair and baby was well looked after. Only drawback was room was cool as we asat down to lunch. The weather outside was cold and the staff provided additional heating but this could have been done before people arrived for lunch
Friendly welcome - especially for four muddy walkers, including a little girl with wet feet (socks and boots were kindly placed on the radiator for us to warm up, whilst we ate). Good food and a nice pint too.
First visit and was very pleased. Lovely place and lovely staff. Was quite busy but we weren't waiting too long. Bargain also as it was 2 for 1 on main meals. Would definitely recommend and we will be returning
Amazing home cooked food. Great service for a very large group. Lovely traditional atmosphere. Very reasonable prices for quality produce. Don't book as I want to make sure there are plenty of tables available for when I return!!
We tried two dishes, the Rump Steak Imperial and The Steak and Real Ale Pie one with mash and one with the Bingley's famous chunky chips all cooked to perfection. Great food, great service all round terrific experience.
It is a beautiful building, there is plenty of parking and the staff are friendly. The food is fine - nothing spectacular. It was a bit odd because we were in the restaurant upstairs where they were playing music and then in the bar downstairs they started playing live music and it all just clashed.
Limited choice of dishes and this makes it so good because what they offer, they do well. Excellent food and service. Great value for money. Lovely atmosphere too. We will be back and recommending to friends.
It has been many years since we visited the Bingley Arms. We used to go regularly but stopped when the food became disappointing. It is refreshing to find that the food is of a good standard and the staff and surroundings equally good.
Lovely change to this last visit to the Bingley. Ate upstairs in the restaurant as a private party were using the room downstairs. Food excellent, service excellent, atmosphere excellent! Thanks to the Bingley team.
From the moment we arrived the staff where warm friendly and attentive ,we orded four different meals they we all brilliant. ,I would recommend the Bingley arms for a great atmosphere thank you .
the food and service was first class. very busy as you would expect for father's day, yet this didn't deter from the quality of service. we will definitely be returning to the bingley arms.
Are you looking for somewhere to go for Sunday lunch, we'll look no further the menu choice catered for everyone and we even had room for a dessert! Fabulous pub with friendly staff.
Absolutely brilliant evening - the menu was well thought out and covered all tastes - thoroughly enjoyed and will be back again soon, the staff are excellent and made the evening even better!
great food great service great atmosphere just great would recommend the venue to any one looking for something slightly different the booking of the table was so easy did it online in miniutes
One of my favourite places to go to eat and drink. The service was outstanding and staff very polite and friendly. The food was outstanding and always is. Well worth a visit
Very welcoming, customer service oriented and to top it off the food was brilliant. I would definitely recommend it Bingley Arms to families/couples as it is somewhere anyone can go and eat.
Very nice, helpfull staff, comfortable surroundings, good food, just what i expected. Easy to book a table. Perfect place to meet my family, I think we'll be going back at som point.
Excellent food, very nice wine but a bit pricey, polite service was a bit noisy could have been where we were sitting. Visiting lunch time this week with friends who also were happy with the meal and service.
Very enjoyable Sunday lunch. We chose roast beef with all the trimmings. Only "complaint" is that the portions were too generous for us! Next time we'd ask for smaller portions. Good atmosphere, good service, good choice on menu.
Excellent staff who were all very friendly and welcoming. Very nice food and lots of it. Great atmosphere in the Tap Room, the locals made us feel very welcome and made a fuss of our dog......which he loved.
Probably the best steak pie in Yorkshire (that I've found so far). Good portion sizes too. Lovely old pub with history and atmosphere. I always look forward to a visit here.
Excellent service, staff happy to wait for us to enjoy pre meal drinks outside. Consistently high quality menu. Lovely evening! Next visit will be to try the Afternoon Tea option.
A superb pub in a lovely setting. The food is excellent and the portions are HUGE. The profiteroles I had for dessert were the size of cricket balls! Thoroughly recommended.
If you would like to eat at a table surrounded by noisy foul mouthed drinkers, be served by a rude middle aged waitress who flies into a hissy fit when you inform her of the language you have endured. then addressed by a totally disinterested manager/owner, then this is the place for you. Three tables of diners adjacent to us also complained about the noise and behaviour of the drinkers, the response was a shrug and "what can we do? we've had a word with them........" The food was average and overpriced, we left most of our main courses as we couldn't wait to leave. The evening was further enhanced by one of the drinkers sitting by the exit to the smoking area, smoking in the bar with the door ajar. When I told the waitress, she said that this could not have happened!! if this site would accept a zero rating, that is what I would give. A never to be repeated experience. One final tip, book online, it guarantees you the worst table in the place.
Took my husband to the bingley arms after a lovely meal, the fish and chips was lovely, service great, the pub is a little warn down, could do with nicer parasols and toilets updated etc.
Lovely historic pub in a pretty village setting, good service and ambiance, and the steak was great! Cooked to perfection, with lovely homemade chips. The staff were attentive and very helpful, without disturbing the diners.
Great service, friendly staff and amazing hearty food. Would definitely recommend it. The sun was shining when we visited so we got to sit in the beer garden too.
We had a fantastic roast for Mother's Day with very friendly and attentive staff. Wide choice on the menu too. Would highly recommend a visit to England's oldest pub!