The Rams Head Inn
I took my mum for Sunday lunch and the whole experience was superb. The safe systems in place are fantastic and made us feel at ease and safe. The menu is amazing and the service is outstanding. Nothing was too much trouble for the friendly and attentive staff. I would highly recommend the Ram’s Head for any occasion and will definitely be back. Great place.
Food was delicious lobster Thermidor was to die for
Social distancing nicely done. Felt perfectly safe. Food was great. Pork and black pudding starter followed by a full lobster with some fries. Wife enjoyed tempura prawns and half a lobster. Too full for pudding. Pint of Landlord and a glass of wine.
Another superb dining experience with very high quality service throughout.
Great food and great service. They’ve really set up well for social distancing
Friendly, efficient and timely service with well thought through COVID-19 precautions.
Good food and as usual, a great well kept Timothy Taylor's Landlord bitter.
Fantastic food and service couldn’t fault the efforts of the staff in trying to abide by the social distancing and other measures which have been put in place hopefully once the pandemic is over and restrictions lifted the place will get to it’s bustling form glory
When we first Arrived at the tans head we were told to carry on walking though and someone would show us to our table. As I arrived at the bar I stopped due to there already being two people at the bar. Then I can only describe it as being told off because I was stood near the bar and only two people at a time were allowed there. I was no where near the counter and I told him we had a table booked and at which point I was then allowed through. I felt so humiliated being told off like that. The beef roast dinner was disgusting. My beef was pink and the whole thing tasted like hot water. I had one piece of very very hard broccoli and a lot of sweet corn and carrots. Why would they decide to put that on a roast dinner! The Yorkshire pudding tasted like it had been made the night before it was horrible I won’t be going back and it’s not value for money at all. They don’t do kids drinks but have a children’s menu which is odd. £2.50 for a glass of Diet Coke and £3.00 for a bottle of apple juice because we wouldn’t buy our child anything else. I won’t be recommending thing to anyone
Reall good service and food . Menu limited at the moment due to COVID 19 however the quality was outstanding as usual . Worth a visit for a lovely meal
Food and service very good we were a little early in the day so it was quiet but great views from our table.
Staff on the ball. Excellent food and beer. Spot on. Not cheap but when I go out for a treat I prefer to pay for quality
Lovely typical country pub. Roaring fire & Sunday lunch, what more could you ask!
Poor service waited an hour between courses and was told eventually told the fish pie took 45 minutes to cook
As a birthday experience it was poor probably won’t return
Views from the restaurant are magnificent. Had the fish pie and it wasn’t short of fish. Lots of lovely big prawns and tasty cheese topping. Great for midweek lunch. Had a browse around the shop and picked up some wine to take home.
Food was not nice roast potatoes dry couldn’t eat, Yorkshire puddings dry unable to eat, roast pork disappointing and bread and butter pudding horrendous dry
Lovely evening with my partner. Gorgeous food and a good wine list. The staff were spot on. Will be there again very soon
We went on a very windy and wet winter evening. Most sensible people hadn't ventured out so it was very quiet. Nearly private dining so perhaps a little too quiet. Nevertheless with lovely log fires burning it has wonderful character. The food was delicious and the service was friendly. Will definately be returning but not on such a stormy night!
Everything about it was great! Great service, great food and great setting
We really enjoyed a week day supper at The Rams Head. The service was friendly and the food was good quality and well cooked. We will certainly be back soon for more of the same!
Spot on as usual. John is a good host and very chatty. Great spot in the Summer for the Location.
First time visit for my wife & I.Superb views & scenery.Lovely old fashioned country pub & even better food & service.Already planning our return.P.S georgous roaring log fires
Good food well cooked and presented, friendly staff and good choice on the menu. I did however think the general prices were too high by a considerable margin.
Superb meal by the fire. Super friendly staff. Delicious gastro food and tasty non-alcoholic beer on tap. Helped with the driving. Would recommend 100%
Perfect service, perfect meal. One of my favourite places.
We ate at the Rams Head on a cold December evening and were met with a really warm welcome.
The food was really nicely cooked, tender meat and good veg accompaniments. Proper chips just had to be ordered and were crispy on the outside and fluffy in. Perfect meal and was lovely sat by the wood burner too. Really good service and an enjoyable evening was had by us both.
Lovely location and building. Service can be brusque. Shame the first thing you are told is that bread rolls are £1! It would be better not to offer, really embarrassing for the staff. Fish pie was very sloppy and unpleasant.
Overall food & service good however the vegetables on two of our meals were cold & undercooked, the time between courses was very short and the whole meal felt rushed, the whole meal for four people two courses was under an hour - we would have had sweets but felt we had to leave the table
On a plus side the staff were friendly and the pub has a lovely atmosphere, this was our second visit, question mark over a third
We were seated without an issue. The Rams Head is a lovely, old building. The service was quick and the food was very good. We will return.
Best Sunday lunch we've had in ages.
Will definitely be going back for more.
The food was beautifully presented - all fresh produce - very friendly staff - very attentative - looked after us - real ales - such a nice welcoming atmosphere- would highly recommend
Beef was very chewy on the roast dinner.
Black pudding scotch egg not very pleasant
Great value and fantastic food. Were made to feel very welcome. Wood stoves, good views. Perfect place just off the m62 to meet for our family meal.
Very welcoming. The staff were very friendly and chatty. We were escorted to our table on time, the service was first class and the food was outstanding.
As always the food was second to none the service great staff friendly all in an excellent night
Excellent value for money.
The food was outstanding, having had a main course, dessert and coffee at lunchtime we didn’t need any more food that day.
Would really recommend this restaurant/pub/farm shop/coffee shop.
Great food, service and ambience . Best Sunday lunch in the area
The whole experience was great. The staff were friendly, the log burner was on and toastie warm and more importantly the food was first class as well as the beer (Timothy Taylor's Landlord). We would certainly recommend this pub and we will definitely be back.
Superb food, excellent service. A little costly but for a special occasion it was worth it. Will definitely go again and will highly recommend it. One of the nicest steaks I have had locally for quite a while.
Delicious, fresh home cooked food in a cosy and atmospheric pub/restaurant surrounded by most amazing views.
I was expecting really good things having read other diners reviews, but actually came away feeling a little disappointed.
Friendly, but predominantly very young and inexperienced staff, it felt as if they were reading from a ‘how to serve a customer script’, which they didn’t deviate from or inject much personality into their ‘very brief and slightly timid’ customer interaction. Having worked in the food industry, personality goes a long way and makes sales !
Having waited a while for our order to be taken and giving the waitress my request for my starter (Thai crab cakes), I was then told “sorry, we’ve run out” - *for staff development, perhaps it might be a good idea to go through the menu when seating the customer and explaining your specials, what the soup/pie of the day is, what you do/don’t have etc. at the very start?
So, onto the food.....
Starters: Cream of Vegetable Soup (hard to ruin) & Pigeon Breast on Mash (!?) which was actually very good - both very tasty.
Mains: 2 x Roast Beef Sunday Lunches - hmm, well the Yorkshire’s were lovely, but the beef wasn't that nice (quite chewy & stringy - we ended up taking it home for our dog) and the vegetables seemed overcooked (broccoli/red cabbage/carrots & swede cubes), roast potatoes were a little ’dry’ and small boat of gravy that was probably enough for one person - I’ve eaten much better !!
Dessert: 2 x Apple Pie & Custard - Custard was nice, the pie was ok, although I’m not sure if heated up in the microwave, as it was warm in parts and not others !!? Again, I’ve eaten better.
Overall, it was ok but don’t feel the food would have been worth the full prices (glad we had the sunday set menu, which made it slightly cheaper so less disappointing).
I can’t take away from the lovely scenery and what is overall a nice pub, but we felt the food didn’t really wasn’t that amazing.
Again, it’s always down to personal choice but I don’t think we’ll be in a rush to re-visit any time soon..
The Rams Head Inn is rated 4.4 stars by 445 OpenTable diners.
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