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Toby Carvery Mill Farm & Pub - Cannock, Staffs
Member Name: stelth
Advantages: Cheap... week day lunch times £3.50 a head.
Disadvantages: Very poor standards of hygine, constant supply of fly's all year round!
Mill Farm Carvery & Pub - Cannock, Staffs.
Carvery & Pub Honoured guests think themselves grateful to sit amongst the elderly and geriatric cliental who gather in their clandestine hordes on week day lunch times. Sitting hunched and grey haired at tiny gooey tables, they giggle to them selves as they drool over their steamy food, thinking how much cheaper it is to eat here than at home. If ever you tire of parousing the constant flow of the elderly as they stagger from table to table, trying to remember which one is theirs, you can always indulge in a spot of fly swatting, for yes, even in the winter months there is always an abundant supply. The staff here are all recruited from the local schools performing work experience duties, so cliental can be sure they are fully trained in all aspects of service and hygiene ;) However its worth mentioning that on the day we visited, the part time dishwasher was absent... and so the chef was serving on the previous days filthy porcelain! The cuisine here is amongst the best to be had in Cannock, only surpassed by the nearby McD's just a stones through in any direction, as this town is blessed with a difficult choice of three. I kid you not!
Summary: Nice setting next to nature reserve, let down by low standards and bad management.
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