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2 for 1 mealsMaximum of 2 peopleBooking requiredFriday restrictionAvailable December
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2 for 1 at The Greyhound Inn

Situated within a 14th century inn, The Greyhound Inn has recently been refurbished yet retains some old world charm.

Not just providing a makeover for the interior and décor, the owners of The Greyhound Inn completely revised their menu, offering diners a wondrous wealth of British and Modern British delights.

Those calling advance with a tastecard can savour every delicious item on the menu at a fantastic price, and with so much to choose between guests can be excused for allowing themselves a little bit of everything.

Everything in the kitchen is overseen by the talented Head Chef Scott, who along with his creative team believe that only the freshest locally sourced ingredients suffice in the dishes served at The Greyhound Inn. This ethos of fresh thinking doesn’t just create a brilliant menu, it also challenges the team to create new dishes as the seasons come and go, so returning diners are bound to find new wonders with each visit.

A mere handful of the dishes that have graced guest’s plates in the past include the rich pan fried duck, partnered with pak choi, fondant potatoes and a zesty orange and cherry jus, the irresistible tomato linguine, adorned with Gorgonzola shavings and a truffle oil, and the succulent prime 8oz sirloin steak, accompanied with thick hand cut chips and marinated in a medley of soy and spices.

Rich with history, The Greyhound Inn is located on a famous trading route, first established by the Romans, and is said to be haunted by a number of ghosts. Whether or not that’s true, guests will find themselves lingering towards The Greyhound Inn time and time again to hear about the establishment’s past, as well as to enjoy the sumptuous fare served.

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" Just felt like eating out rather than cooking, so we looked up the nearest restaurant pub/grub..."
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  • Keith said:
    " Just felt like eating out rather than cooking, so we looked up the nearest restaurant pub/grub we hadn't already visited, and with a Tastecard offer and booked.
    Basic menu and warm welcoming service at the bar. Rather run down, but otherwise fine.
    We both opted for Fish & Chips - hardly demanding of the chef/cook.
    "Jumbo “Posh” Fish & Chips – giant North Sea cod, crispy
    deep fried in our special Greyhound cask ale mix, minted
    mushy peas, thick hand-cut chips, tartar sauce. £13.95"
    When it arrived there was lot so batter and it hunt the fish. The smallest fish I have ever seen - both fish. A total of 6 chips each plates and the mushy peas had been microwaved whilst in the serving pot - as seen from the dried pea crust around the edge.
    The consensus was this was the the worst meal for well over a year.
    Question - Was the "jumbo" cod cut into two because we booked with the Tastecard, as with the chips?

    The service was very pleasant - but would never go back again. "
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  • Keith said:
    " Just felt like eating out rather than cooking, so we looked up the nearest restaurant pub/grub we hadn't already visited, and with a Tastecard offer and booked.
    Basic menu and warm welcoming service at the bar. Rather run down, but otherwise fine.
    We both opted for Fish & Chips - hardly demanding of the chef/cook.
    "Jumbo “Posh” Fish & Chips – giant North Sea cod, crispy
    deep fried in our special Greyhound cask ale mix, minted
    mushy peas, thick hand-cut chips, tartar sauce. £13.95"
    When it arrived there was lot so batter and it hunt the fish. The smallest fish I have ever seen - both fish. A total of 6 chips each plates and the mushy peas had been microwaved whilst in the serving pot - as seen from the dried pea crust around the edge.
    The consensus was this was the the worst meal for well over a year.
    Question - Was the "jumbo" cod cut into two because we booked with the Tastecard, as with the chips?

    The service was very pleasant - but would never go back again. "
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