Lion and Lamb Inn

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7 reviews
NE15 0NS

(01661) 852952

Lion and Lamb Inn Information

The Lion and Lamb pub serves a variety of traditional pub food together with chef's specials. Their welcoming and homely atmosphere is ideal for families with children who are able to have fun in their outdoor play area.

Opening Hours
Mon-Sat 12:00-23:30
Sun 12:00-22:30
Food Times
Mon-Sat 12:00-14:30 & 18:00-21:30
Sun 12:00-16:00
Essential on Fri, Sat, Sun
Advisable on Thu
Not Necessary on Mon, Tue, Wed
Avg Food Spend
£10 - £20 per person
Food Info
Bar Menu, A La Carte Menu, Sunday Roast
Drink Info
Beer from £2.90 per bottle
Wine from £14.99 per bottle
Live Ents
Regular quiz nights with £150 in prize money.
Large Screen showing sports events, Pool Tables, Games Machines, Dart Board, WiFi, Jukebox - Satellite sports channels.
Children welcome

Kids Menu, High Chairs, Baby Changing Facilities, Play Area - large children's play area at the rear of the building.
Outdoor Area
Patio and beer garden.
Gastro Pub of the year for the Tyne Tees Region.
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Disabled Facilities
Wheelchair Access, NO Disabled Toilets

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Reviewer mrhall
we found the manager to be very rude and unhelpful.
we left without even buying a surprised they have any custom at all.
we settle for the angle at corbridge where we were fed and watered by very friendly marks for the angle.

mr Hall
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Reviewer Appysnapper99
Myself and 8 friends went for the early evening menu of 2 courses for £10 on a chilly Monday February night. We all enjoyed the food which was cooked to a high standard and excellent value for money. We had a range of options which could be adapted to suit individual tastes. The 2 courses can be either starter or dessert with a main course. One of our party paid extra for a third course which was £4.95 for a fruit pudding and custard. So for £15 she had a three course meal which isn't bad. The restaurant area where we sat was warm and cosy and the staff were friendly, enthusiastic and helpful. There was background miscible which was just loud enough to hear but not so loud that it was intrusive. It is also possible to eat in the bar area where I believe dogs are allowed.
It is true there is a problem with paying by card but we were told of this the day before our booking so it wasn't a problem.
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Reviewer JenG
'Cold Comfort Farm'! Cold food, cold room, cold reception.
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Reviewer GGP
My wife and I have been regular visitors to the Lion and Lamb for several years. It is without doubt one of the best establishments in Northumberland, a fact well confirmed by the number of tourists we see in there during the Summer. Tony and Phil work exceptionally hard to maintain a very high standard 'front of house', superbly backed up by Gavin and Co. in the kitchen. Yes you might have to wait for meals at busy times, but as everything is cooked to order, is it not worth a wait??. After all it's easy to put food into a microwave, but to prepare and properly cook a signature dish does take time, but the table is yours for the night.We have been very impressed by the way they try different evening themes, the Pub Quiz is excellent, and the function facilities which we have used are great, from a lunchtime buffet to an evening dinner party. A wide variety of beers and wines are always available, together with everything else you would expect to find in an English Country Pub. All in all a very friendly place which we feel is just like being at home, and we thoroughly recommend a visit, you won't regret it.
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Reviewer johngardner10
after reading the previous post i felt i had to add my two penneth to the pot...

Now lets not muck about, everyone has an off day now and then but i am pleased to tell you it did not happen on my visit. the food was excellent and the crack was unreal. Every member of staff working were full of smiles and friendley banter and we enjoyed a couple of the real ales which were on offer as well, which made for a great night.
to conclude this review, Great food and plenty of it. the quality was superb... prices were fair but at the higher end of pub prices but quality was there in both food, beer and service.

john gee
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Reviewer magical72
this is not ALL wheelchair access, only the bar area is. The restaurant is up 3 steps which according to the manager is 'wheelchair accessible' I think not! I would never visit this place again, we've been over charged on two occasions and the manager is very rude to say the least.
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Reviewer Anonymous
We won't be returning here. Landlord needs to work on his customer relations.
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