Bar Snacks, Bookings Taken, Cooked to Order, Homemade Desserts, Homemade Fare, Hot Drinks Available at the Bar, Local Produce, Lunchtime Menu, Organic Produce, Promotional Menu Offers, Real Ale, Smaller Portions Available, Special Diet. Req'ments Catered For, Specials Board, Traditional British Dishes
Function Room, Newspapers, Magazines, etc, Off-Street Parking, On A Popular Walk Route, Real Fire, Separate Dining Area, Theme Nights
For the Family
Baby Changing Facilities, Child-Free Area, Children Welcome, Children's Menu, Children's Roast, Disabled Toilet, Dog Water Bowl, High Chair Available, Outdoor Play Area
Ambient Background Music, Board Games & Dominoes, Quiz Night, TV
I find the food at the Spotted Cow very nice, wholesome and tasty indeed. I would particularly recommend the fish and chips and the bacon roly-poly in particular and all thoroughly good value for money. A request for extra gravy will be cheerfully accommodated. Good traditional fare, and lovely old-fashioned desserts too.
Well-kept beer too, with a variety of real ales and San Miguel lager.
The annual "Cowfest" is not to be missed.
Reviewed 22-Feb-2009 by rickyhuk (1)
Value for Money:
The last time I eat at the Spotted Cow was 8 years ago, and the Food was terrible, so I was told it was under new ownership, and I should try it.
I went there this Wednesday, and had booked a table for 7:00 p.m
After waiting for some sort of service we had to go and find a waitress.
We decided to both order from the specials board, and both had crabcakes to start with the Fillett steak.The crab cakes were very small but not too bad.
The Fillet steak was inedible, I have never had fillett steak which was unable to be cut even with a steak knife !!!
The Restaurant did after our complain not charge us for the steak.
I had high hopes for this place, and went away very diissapointed.
The Main menu choises were limited, and all looked very nice, but I will not be going back to find out.