Restaurants in Gwent in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... paintings). Absolutely gorgeous and extremely cosy. The atmosphere is also fantastic, because usually it's packed out and buzzing with conversation and laughter...an eavesdroppers paradise! But enough about all that...lets get to the most important thing; the food. There's only one word to describe it really and that's delicious. Think home made, tasty, substantial and fairly priced and you'll be there. The menu was full of gorgeous stuff, but I settled for 'Chicken Cymru' on my first visit followed by an icecream sundae. The 'Chicken Cymru' was a delicious chicken casserole in a red pepper and tomato s... more
Customer Restaurants in Gwent in general Reviews (1)
by - written on 10/05/01, updated on 10/05/01 (Very useful, 850 readings)
I've now been lucky enough to visit this superb restaurant twice and I'll definately be visiting again. It's definately a little unexpexted when you arrive at the Vine Tree as it looks more like a little cottage nestled into the side of the road. Opposite is a large car park for use exclusively by their customers (very handy for stumbling back to your car when you've stuffed yourself to bursting point, I found). Once inside (and you get past the bar!), The Vine Tree lives up to it's country cottage feel with tables crammed into corners and crevices, stone walls and typical cottagey decoration (think brass and landscape paintings). Absolutely ... Read the complete review
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