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SOMERFORD KEYNES, Cirencester, GL7 6DN
The beautiful Bakers Arms dates from the 17th century and was formerly the village bakery; it still has its low-beamed ceilings and inglenook fireplaces. Only a stone's throw from the Thames Path and Cotswold Way, the pub is a convenient watering hole for walkers. The mature gardens are ideal for alfresco dining, while discreet children's play areas and heated terraces add to its broad appeal. The home-cooked food on offer runs along the lines of baguettes, specials and pub favourites - pasta bake, marinated rack of pork ribs, quiche of the day and Butcombe ale-battered fish and chips.
Butcombe Bitter, Stroud Budding, Sharp's Doom Bar
All day all week
11-11 (Sun 12-10.30)
Children's play area.
Coach parties welcome.
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Went for a family evening meal, 11 including 5 kids under 9 - 13. Poor welcome, shabby, dirty, toilets horrible, v. ltd overpriced menu, no specials, 3 deserts, the apple crumble was astonishingly bad, not that mains were decent, only the fishcakes were anything like VFM. Service was poor, surly young female, older lad did make an effort. All in all appalling, over Â£200 for a poor meal, poor service in dirty premises! Outside play area is dangerous with bits missing and rotten wood.
Reviewer: Big Dunc, Godstone
Visited: 15 August 2012
Worst sandwich lunch ever. We visited on either 3rd or 10th August. Stale bread my husband had a prawn marie rose sandwich and I a ham sandwich and this was cut with the same knife used on his with marie rose sauce over the bread. Being British we didn't complain. I wish now I had.
Reviewer: Margaret Gloucester, Gloucester
Visited: 03 August 2012