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Reviews of Butterleigh Inn, Butterleigh

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Review by TONY on 30th May, 2006

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IT WAS BANK HOLIDAY MONDAY WE HAD HEARD ALOT OF PRAISE ABOUT THE BUTTERLEIGH INN FROM FRIENDS AND FAMILY SO WE DECIDED TO GO SEE FOR OURSELFS WHAT THE BUTTERLEIGH INN IS REALLY LIKE AND WE WERE NOT DISSAPOINTED IT WAS VERY BUSY IN THE BAR BUT WE WERE STILL SERVED VERY QUICKLY OUR DRINKS WHICH I MUST SAY IF YOU LIKE YOUR REAL ALE PLEASE GO TRY AND WE ALSO ORDERED OUR LUNCH WHICH WAS REALLY GOOD HOME COOKED LOCALLY PRODUCED FOOD NEXT TIME WE VISIT THE BUTTERLEIGH INN WE WILL MAKE SURE IT IS IN THE EVENING AS THEIR EVENING MENU LOOKS VERY ENTICING WE DECIDED TO SIT IN THE GLORIOUS GARDEN IT WAS SO PEACEFUL WE COULD HAVE STAYED ALL DAY BUT WE HAD FAMILY TO VISIT SO HAD TO LEAVE BUT IF YOU ARE IN THE AREA NEAR THE BUTTERLEIGH INN DO POP IN FOR REFRESHMENTS YOU WILL NOT BE DISSAPOINTED HOPE TO SEE YOU IN THERE SOON.

Date visited: 29/5/2006

Review by Linda Watt on 2nd November, 2005

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I have read the earlier entry with interest, and cannot disagree more strongly with it's sentiments. My husband and I shared a delightful evening at the Butterleigh, where the food was delicious and I cannot compliment the staff and Landlord highly enough. They were attentive to our needs, and checked that we were happy with the both the quality of the food and the service we received. Both of us will return, I am sorry that the previous lady obviously did not enjoy her meal, but hey, that just means we will find it easier to get a booking!

Date visited: 28.10.05

Review by Mrs Honey Garcia on 13th October, 2005

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Whilst dining at this pub/restaurant I was graced with the most unacceptable and simply appalling man, whom I was then told was the Landlord. He was rude and lacking in all managing qualities. I simply asked for my steak to be cooked a little more as it was too rare for my taste. I did not think this was an unacceptable request. Although through out the rest of my meal, the glares I recieved from the gentleman are what I can only describe as intimidating. It throroughly ruined my evening. Nevertheless the young ladies who served me were delightful.

Date visited: 10/08/2005

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