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Always a lovely dining experience, we hadn't been for a while so the menu was a nice surprise..... though it being Sunday we were seduced by the superb Roast! Thanks Carol & Paul x
We enjoyed a very good Sunday lunch with all the family.
Superb food, great service. The staff ensured all our needs were met.
Excellent staff and service, great menu and surroundings, topped off with a lovely meal.
We were staying at The Wagon and Horse and booked a table for 7pm on Saturday evening. I would recommend booking a table, as this is a popular place. The staff are all friendly and helpful. We had a drink before going to our table and looked over the menu. The menu is very good and local suppliers are used. The food is excellent and is restaurant quality not “pub grub”. Scallops for starter were lovely and cooked to perfection. Cannon of lamb and the ribeye steak also excellent. Everthing beautifully presented. Service was good but not intrusive. Wine good. Excellent cheese board (would have served 3). Excellent value for money. Would definitely recommend.
Room a little bit small but perfectly fine for the 2 of us. It was spotlessly clean, all the bedding, curtains, towels etc. really good quality. Hot water whenever we wanted. Nice choice of teas and coffees plus hot chocolate and biscuits. Breakfast was excellent as was our evening meal. Only criticism was it was a bit noisy from traffic and people outside. We like to sleep with the window open. Couldn't hear noise from the pub itself. All the staff we had dealings with were really nice and friendly and very helpful. Yes parking is limited but we managed to park for both nights with no problem. Had a really stay despite the terrible weather
this is a very pleasant place to visit, staff very friendly and service good. The starters we had were very good, the boar scotch egg was lovely the only thing that let it down was the horseradish crisps which were unbelievable bitter, the pork belly with sesame ice cream was lovely and we all had a taste, although the colour was a bit offputting. Mains were disappointing, rabbit was dry, especially the leg, the risotto was so thick and sticky it was difficult to eat, the berries although looking lovely didn't add much to the meal, the sirloin steak although cooked very well was tough as old boots, fatty and very difficult to cut, on the whole meal was ok, wine was delicious, didn't bother with puds. Would visit again and try something else, maybe it was just one of those days.
Excellent - we arrived to a very friendly welcome from all the staff - the choice of ales and wines are broad enough to cater for all tastes and complement the splendid menu. The Wagon & Horses is now our firm favourite place to dine in Lancaster.
This is a honest review and very true.....the scallop starters were shocking the scallops were non existent under half on one scallop if lucky with something what looked and tasted like rivita shapped toast with a tasteless purée of some sort. And my shredded pork bon bons were what I thought were Aldi pork meatballs were tasteless my main I must say was really nice and the salt and pepper chips were out of this world but my girlfriends steak and blackstickes sauce wasn't very good. The steak looked and was cooked to a good standard but the cheese sauce was weak and watery and didn't taste of a strong cheese that was black stick blue. the tomato was mushy and the mushrooms was not cooked and was raw lucky the head of house taken the steak of the bill witch was good practice and the wine selection was fantastic atmosphere was busy maybe abit to busy for a restaurant environment. All in all a good 5/10
This is a charming place to spend time. The staff are more than lovely and the food is amazing. Possibly a victim of its own success in that on Sunday at a 1730 table, no roasts left (and trust me better than mother makes and the mother makes a fair roast!), few other things also absent from the menu but still a fair selection and I enjoyed every mouthful. Definitely my favourite place to eat & drink in Lancaster (possibly anywhere)..Enjoy ..