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This pub is our local and we eat here regularly. Great Sunday carvery but also excellent fish and chips and steaks as well as great beers and wines.
At the time of writing we are all struggling with coronavirus but Mark and Alison have diversified...to offer excellent food via a drive thru facility.
Great community service and still excellent quality food. It's what great pubs are all about!!More
Visited on a recommendation for a family meal. Although the place is undergoing a refurb and they were having some issues following the storm, this meal was fantastic. Interesting menu choices (thankfully as I am not a pub food fan!), all dishes well presented and...tasted great. It isn’t fast food as it’s obviously all prepared to order so allow a little extra time for your meal. Would definitely return, the big bonus was that if you dine in the bar area it’s dog friendly too!More
Not bad at all. Had a good steak and couple of beers, kids had child options and wife had steak too. Steaks were cooked as we had ordered (mine medium, the wifes was cremated) sides were good and the four of us eating only cost...about £50 which I thought was really good value. Recommended.More
Very 1st visit due to attending a speakers luncheon. The ‘lounge’ has an open fire with tables and cubicles in. First time I’ve seen beer pumps attached to a wall. Staff had to disappear into the back room at times to retrieve beer? There was...also a ‘carvery’ part which looked like it was presented as to a wedding party to come in, but never did. The speakers function part was a permanent “add-on’ Marquee. Our table didn’t receive a soup as the first course until we complained. Waitresses entered the room in Ad hoc fashion with customer food. Certainly got the impression that no one was in charge or even checking what was leaving the kitchen. Not the worst but wouldn’t put myself out to do another visit.More
I am not a Werewolf but I am from London!. I state this, as I have never experienced the glaring eyes of the hostile locals, nor can I identify the welcome received by the non diners review below by "WoRse1"
My fiancee Miranda and I...have always received a positive welcome, never contrived nor insincere. Our first visit to the Haven Arms (Many moons ago) when I had specific dietary requirement, ( they were able to accommodate), to us trying out their delicious Sunday carvery. All of this was because of their initial warm welcome consequently becoming a regular haunt and yes their carvery is delicious.
The excellent reviews below are simply testimony to how good their fayre and service is and the excellent value for money on offer for their carvery which is definitely worth a visit.
The owners Mark and Alison really care about customer service and I know they consider all patrons local, locals of the Haven Arms that is.
I always seek out the manager or owner of any establishment if I am ever unhappy, as I believe they should have the opportunity to respond accordingly, that's only fair..
I know a non dining review shouldn't colour the very positive service and food offering we and many others have enjoyed and commented below about but, feel sure that others will see this by personally experiencing the full service on offer. I for one will be returning for some more excellent Lamb, Gammon, turkey, or pork .next Sunday.
Thank you Mark And Alison.More
I don't know if you can write a review of a place you didn't eat, but here goes.
Looking for somewhere to eat on a dark rainy night (I'm really setting the scene here) we ventured to The Haven Arms. We pulled up and entered...the bar to be met by the glaring eyes of the hostile locals. Readers, have you seen An American Werewolf in London? Well it was very reminiscent of the scene where the 2 American tourists enter The Slaughtered Lamb and are met by a similar reaction to the one we got - the only difference being we weren't told to, keep clear of the moors! We asked if they were serving food to which we were told NO, and with no explanation as to why. We left and headed to The Camerton where my partner did have the slaughtered lamb, and said it was gorgeous. What can I say, the inbreds loss was The Camerton's gain.More
Response from MarkHawksworth | Property representative |
yes if you send me a message at our email address (it will not allow me to type it here but should be easily googlable, enquiries at haven arms etc) or contact me by facebook haven arms hedon I will send the menu and... More
yes if you send me a message at our email address (it will not allow me to type it here but should be easily googlable, enquiries at haven arms etc) or contact me by facebook haven arms hedon I will send the menu and details! thanks. mark.