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Reviews of Moon & Stars, Buntingford

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Review by Geoff on 17th July, 2010

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Arrived after a ride out with 8 other bikers felt hungary and decided to drop in on the Moon & Stars. It was about 1645 and I noticed that food was up to 1600. I asked if there was food and got a positive answer. My wife and walked in and was greeted politely by the land lady. Our meal was superb and would be only too pleased to reccomend this Pub to anyone. Thanks for the lovely meal!

Date visited: 11th July2010

Review by Paul T on 30th April, 2008

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Excellent cosy country pub with usually very good food and lots of good local walks. We go there every few weeks for Sat or Sun lunch and have planned our wedding recption there in a few weeks! The owner/chef used to be at the more or less local Bull which boasts of its Michelin award on the back of his time there. (It's not Michelin starred on anything - just included in the good food guide). Truth is that the Bull's grub is not nearly as good as the M&S and nor is the atmosphere. Highly recommend a visit!

Date visited: 01/02/08

Review by pippa green on 14th June, 2007

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this is a fantastic country pub with great food i had for main course rack of lamb glazed with mint and honey which was to die for. for pud i choose milk chocolate and tia maria cheescake with cream again was great the pub also has a large garden with beautiful countryside views whilst enjoying my glass of wine , well worth a visit.

Date visited: 06/06/2007

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