Harden's survey result
“A superb pub, part of the Rectory Hotel” opposite, and likewise revamped by music biz owner Alex Payne a few years back. Whether it’s for the “first-class Sunday lunch (if you can get in)” or the “cosy” ambiance it’s “well worth a visit” by (nearly) all accounts.
“Owned by the Rectory Hotel on the other side of the road” – both received a “very stylish” revamp courtesy of new, music-exec owner Alex Payne in mid-2017 – this beamed gastroboozer turns out some “superb cooking” (including game) on most (if not quite all) reports.
“Warm and welcoming…like a big hug” – this “great local gastropub” continues to do a swift trade under newish management, serving food that’s “full of flavour” (“all I remember are the pigs head croquettes which were divine!”)
A “really pleasant country pub that does much better food than you’d expect”; fans say that it has “improved further under new management” (the latter responsible for a makeover a year or two ago).
The Potting Shed Restaurant Diner Reviews
"We went on a Sunday evening which in many places can be dreary but this was not and up to a good standard "
"We have often stopped off at this lovely village pub when passing. The place is cosy and attractively furnished. The food is very good, especially the homemade pies. The staff are friendly and helpful - once when they were full they sent us over to their linked hotel The Rectory across the road where we were welcomed without a booking and had a great meal."
"A good all round gastro pub. Food didn't really sing out to me but was still nice. Service friendly and efficient. Portions just right, left me fealing pleasantly full but able to enjoy the full 3 courses"
"If only all pubs were like this one!I wish I live nearer. The Turkey & Cranberry Pie was a good as homemamde. It was cozy and the staff attentive but relaxed."
|Wine per bottle||£18.00|
The St, Crudwell, SN16 9EW
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Last orders: 11 pm