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Lovely Sunday lunch and great to be back at the MH. Friendly service and delicious menu.
Amazing food the Llamas are sweet and had such a nice random Saturday lunch :)
My daughter loved the Llamas. Lovey atmosphere. Great place. big thumbs up
High quality food, good atmosphere and excellent service. Thank you.😎
Fantastic family day out - as the only four on the trek, we had a Llama each, which made for an interesting and rewarding trek - the llamas love to eat, so the pace wasn't too much for the kids to cope with, and the Llamas we took, Diesel, Mungo, Sarji and Louis, were ideally suited to their humans ( including a 10 and 11 yr old ) no moaning about walking either ( the kids that is ) as they really had to concentrate on getting to know their Llama and making sure they went the right way - Many thanks to John, our guide for the interesting walk, the advice and encouragement along the way. Back at the pub the sunday roasts were really good - we'll back for those for sure, and made for a very restful afternoon, when we got home - would highly recommend the whole experience
We had a great time at The Merry Harriers - the atmosphere was exactly what we wanted, traditional old pub. They have a great selection of real ales and beer and a good selection of wine. We had a lovely meal and thoroughly enjoyed the evening.
Very welcoming, even provided bowl of water for the dog. Good quality food - my soup was clearly made with a good stock base and very tasty. Rest of the food well made too. Only negative was terrible coffee which the other couple with us ordered. Beyond weak, and by the time it reached our table the waiter had spilled a lot of it into the saucer. So bad that it was left undrunk. Didn't complain at the time as the pub was busy and we needed to go, and I am sure that the fault would have been rectified if we had said.
The only negative comment was the Limited menu choices. We went in for Sunday lunch and they only had a beef roast and it would be nice to have had chicken too. A lot of people don’t eat red meat. A couple of good salads and some fish all seemed to be missing. Three of our party went for a ploughman’s for lack of choice and I just had a prawn starter. What happened to the scampi I had seen on the menu online? Saying that the food was really nice and excellently presented so we will return but I will phone to check the menu.
Sadly not the best experience today. Food took over an hour to arrive (and we had to change one order half an hour after ordering as they had run out). When it eventually arrived, two out of three fish were overcooked and dry. Burgers were cooked well but the two consumers did not like the mayo that was on the top. Chips were at best, average. Not sure if this was just bad luck (very busy/understaffed?), or typical. We have eaten here on several occasions in the past (a year ago was the last time) with no particular problems. As locals, we are very well served with excellent pubs around us, so I think that The Harriers needs to up its game if it wants repeat business.
The Merry Harriers’ staff were exceptionally warm and welcoming and it was lovely to step into this characterful country pub and have a hot mulled cider. We enjoyed a family pre-Christmas meal: everyone thoroughly enjoyed every course : tasty, warm, nicely presented, delicious! We would recommend The Merry Harriers and hope to return soon.