Review submitted by: Louise on 3 March 2013.
Date last visited: September 2013.
“When we arrived, we spoke to a waitress and explained about D’s nut allergy and asked whether they could provide him with a nut free meal. She assured us this should be no problem whatsoever. We were momentarily taken aback. The response in other eateries to the question “my son has a severe nut allergy, can you make him a nut free meal” is so often raised eyebrows and puffed out cheeks, that a positive “of course we can” response came as somewhat of a surprise.
I went on to ask about cross-contamination and the waitress brought the manager to talk to us. He confirmed that (although there were nuts such as almonds in the kitchen) if we ordered, for example, pasta and tomato sauce off the children’s menu, they were confident this was safe. Something off the grill, however, could be higher risk as it might have also been used for foods with nut traces. We ordered D the pasta and tomato sauce and, at the time of ordering, the waitress again noted that D’s meal must not come anywhere near nuts. Service which inspired confidence and great pub food. We will definitely be going back.”
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