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The Dog at Dunley is a charismatic countryside pub located a few miles to the south of Stourport-on-Severn. Open seven days a week for lunch, dinner and drinks, diners at The Dog at Dunley can find all of their favourite traditional British dishes on the menu, with some even served with their own contemporary twist. In addition to the heartwarming food on offer, The Dog at Dunley also boasts a warm and inviting dining area that is the perfect venue in which to sit back in cosy surroundings and share a story or two with friends. Located in the heart of Dunley, The Dog at Dunley invites guests to swap the hustle and bustle of daily life for a delicious meal in a quiet environment. Secure yourself a table and make a reservation now!
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Very good service and very nice food will definitely go again
Very disappointing. Don't usually write bad reviews, but it was my Mums 77th birthday. We entered the Dining room about 12.45 and it was empty, usually you would expect to see dinners already eating, by the time we left we were still the only ones. We both ordered the Beef Sunday Lunch (I would have had the lamb but I figured you can't stuff up a beef joint). The plates arrived promptly The Yorkshires were burnt but at least they looked homemade. The veggies were ok, the roasters were nice. The Beef however was tough as old boot leather and very chewy. The gravy came in a boat but was a Knorr stock cube barely melted so solid bits were covering the meal. The beef was either bad quality control or a cheap cut more like stewing beef. Either way you cannot get away with this. There are many choices of places to eat these days and your reputation lives or dies on the quality of your food, whether in the preparation, the quality from your suppliers or your chef attention. Saw him several times away from the kitchen during service. Wasn't charged for meal as it was basically inedible, was offered pork dinner but decided to leave. Paid for drinks and a £3.50 tip.
Friendly staff, good choice menu and good value. Appreciated that the food arrived piping hot. Will certainly return.