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Add your review The wagon is a great local pub, clean and friendly. The food is good pub grub and the bar staff are always welcoming and chatty.
Date visited: 02 may 2010
Review by blubird on 10th December, 2007
Add your review Looked OK in the summer but new people did not stay and place is terrible. Try the George instead;
Date visited: Sept 07
Review by thomas on 28th June, 2007
Add your review WOW! what a difference a day makes! pub lease was bought out a couple of months ago and the atmosphere from the existing and remaining couple reflected that. NOW, the lease holders have brought in fresh managment, a couple who are friendly, smiling, and who make a point of remembering names and preferred beverages, WELCOME; Clive and Dawn. FINALLY we have contagious laughter both sides of the bar, and what looks to be a new, 100% home-cooked menu instead of incipid frozen microwaved/deep fat fryer food. they sold out of today's special, irish stew & soda bread, after just 3 days in the job (the previous kitchen was run when that landlady felt like it) GOOD LUCK YOU LOT!
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