Pastures Lodge (Mexborough) Reviews
Description:Address: Pastures Road / Mexborough / S64 0JJ / South Yorkshire / England
Newest Review: ... 2011 wasnt a good visit.we arried at about 6.10,found a table broswed the menu and choose what we was having.i ordered the food at 6.20.we had woodland chickhen and chickhen tikka.within less than 10 minutes the food was at our table.there wasnt alot of food on the plates it was like a small meal.also the chips on the woodland chickhen meal were cold.so we had to send the meal back.the ... more
Customer Pastures Lodge (Mexborough) Reviews (2)
by 12th june 2011 - written on 12/06/11
well we usually go to pastures lodge at least once a month ,usually we are very satisfied and full when we go.the last visit which was today the 12th june 2011 wasnt a good visit.we arried at about 6.10,found a table broswed the menu and choose what we was having.i ordered the food at 6.20.we had woodland chickhen and chickhen tikka.within less than 10 minutes the food was at our table.there wasnt alot of food on the plates it was like a small meal.also the chips on the woodland chickhen meal were cold.so we had to send the meal back.the chickhen tikka didnt have much meat in it neither.i feel rather disapointed in this visit and wont be going for a while.whist we was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/08/09 (Very useful, 1048 readings)
The Pastures Lodge is a family pub/restaurant that my family and I have been visiting on a regular basis for a fair few years. Its situated on Pastures Road, Mexborough which is a few miles outside of Doncaster. We live quite near to the centre of Doncaster and it takes us about 15 minutes by car to get to the Pastures. The Pastures is owned by Paul Shane of Hi-De-Hi fame and occasionally he can be spotted propping up the bar. The main reason we visit the Pastures is for a family meal out at a place where the children can let off some steam. The Pastures has an indoor play area and a smaller outdoor play area. The indoor play area is separate from the ... Read the complete review
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