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Reviews of Prince Of Wales, Stoke-sub-Harndon

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Review by Rob N on 28th September, 2009

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Just rounded of a good walk to see a stunning sunset with what has to have been one of the best meals in terms of quality and value we've had in a long time.I'm Vegan and my partner is vegetarian and it can be difficult finding a chef who has the skills to provide a good menu and we have been drawn back twice inside a week because of the excellent food, today the chef took the time to provide a "special" desert as well as coming to talk about his new menus. What a welcome change from most of the indiferent so called vegetarian food.

Date visited: 28 sept 09

Review by adrian on 11th August, 2008

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My partner neede a little bit of TLC and so I thought we would visit a nice pub for a meal. Having been on several very pleasnat evenings out at the prince of Wales I thought I would treat her. How sadly mistaken I was we were served the most appalling meal of a burger that had obviously been re heated and a Jacket potato that had seen better days and was almost inedible. To top that we had the unforseen PLEASURE!!!! of a dog sniffing round the plates and overhearing a very loud conversation between the bar staff and a local discussing things you do not want to hear whilst dining fine food it was not nor was the service. My partner is a mystery shopper for the retail service and she was appalled by the standards that a local public house has been reduced to. We will not be recommending this place as an eatery or a place to enjoy pleasant conversation.

Date visited: 11/8/08

Review by Geoff Collins on 12th October, 2007

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The Prince of Wales pub has undergone many excellent changes recently. It will soon be one year since Mike and Nikki took over and the pub which is now a very popular place. There are heaters underneath a shelter outside for those that enjoy a smoke with their drink. Mike and Nikki have ensured that there are excellent real ales and a supply of superb food. They have opened up the rear garden with a stage area for live music and have also built a superb bar in the garden. The candles that are always lit around the pub, the background music and a log fire provide an excellent relaxing English pub atmosphere.

Date visited: Regular

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