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Old 05-04-2014, 07:27
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The Ox at Lebberston. Wife and I ate here and were not too impressed. Nice steak but chips and rest of accompaniments were not too good. Very sterile sort of surroundings with stark white walls and no pictures to speak of and it therefore felt as though we were sitting in someones freshly decorated but unfinished living room. Prices were about average with a good selection of meals to choose from. Would not be my first choice of eatery but wouldn't be totally distraught at the thought of returning.

Please note that this is only my opinion based on one visit. Other people may well love this place.

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Old 05-04-2014, 07:41
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The Plough inn, Lebberston.
Great place for taking the kids to let off some steam as they have a very good indoor soft play area. Very nice Sunday carvery which you pay for on a sliding scale depending on how many slices of meat you want. The more slices you want, the bigger the plate you get so the more potato and veg etc you can get. Went for an evening meal which was nice enough but a little dissapointing. We had a 10oz rump steak each. The steak was very nice and perfectly cooked (1 blue and 1 medium). Accompaniments were chips. peas, 2 small mushrooms and 2 onion rings. No salad or other niceties. It very much reminded me of a restaurant/cafe/pub on one of the big Haven sites nearby but (slightly) better value. I can imagine it being unbearably busy in the summer months. We will probably return but more for the kids ammeneties than, with the exception of the carvery, the food.

Tried this place again on Saturday and my opinion has been reinforced. Very poor chilli cheese burger, very few chips and a vinegar bottle full of balsamic vinegar instead of malt vinegar. The people at the next table also had a very low opinion of the food although were more happy with the kids food. Service was very good as was the soft play area.

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The Ivy is on the new list.... It's a great place.
TT most definitely charged me Andy. . Cost me a fortune!

We haven't got round to trying the Ivy yet but its on our "to-do" list.
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We haven't got round to trying the Ivy yet but its on our "to-do" list.
The Ivy is a little unusual, but I'm sure you'll like the food / drink and the owner are really friendly. They do a cracking breakfast!
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We haven't got round to trying the Ivy yet but its on our "to-do" list.
If you have any suggestions for my list please let me know!
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After reading the Halogen Oven thread and others it would appear that the most popular cafe...is Chez Nous...

It might be worthwile getting a list for dog friendly places... Marianda and Bassetman did find one on the Orme

Although once the nice weather comes the tables outside pubs/cafe will come in to their own..
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The Lobster Pot a Marstons eatery Kingsgate Bridlington do a good choice menu at 2 for 10 Monday - Friday. Steak always cooked exactly as we like, nice chips and a bit of salad & peas on the side, farmers or steak & ale pie nice very filling even though the portions are not huge. The also do a lot of rotisserie chicken which we haven't tried yet. Decor a bit mish mash but clean & comfortable.
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I have actually, although I don't know if its on your new list. "Archie's" in the High Street, Prestatyn is very good value and food is well cooked and presented. We have been impressed by the place.
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I have actually, although I don't know if its on your new list. "Archie's" in the High Street, Prestatyn is very good value and food is well cooked and presented. We have been impressed by the place.
Thanks Gill, I've had other people recommendations for Archies. I'll add it to the list.
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Might be an idea to give an appraisal of whether eateries are disabled access friendly inside/outside....
Prestatyn High St has loads of cafes etc..but is on a hill with limited time parking on the street...so may not be accessible at peak times...
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