4 reviews of Wiveton Bell in English
The food was excellant as was the service even though it was a busy lunchtime the staff were very attentive and he resturant was light and airy. The prices were reasonable and for a change from many pubs these days there were not lots of children running riot, perhaps we were just lucky. I wish that we could go back to the old days when children under 14 were not allowed into pubs but we can't unfortunately.
I would advise all people that enjoy good food to try this place out and i would highly reccomend the sea bass
Had 2 meals last week at The Bell. Affordable prices and decent Yetmans Ale as well. There is no problem if you just want to go in for a pint or two either, unlike some pubs you dont feel obliged to eat A better pub than some of its competitors.
I stayed at the wiveton bell for two nights last week, and would just like to say how beautiful my stay was.The rooms are quaint but absoluetly beautiful there has been so much thougt and passion go in to each of the rooms as have stayed here know three times when i am in this part of the world working. The pub and restraunt are also as well laid out and there is obversly no limit to there budget as everything is emaculate.
The food was elagent and and well served yes it is quiet exspensive but the porsions more than make up for that and with the quality of the food i had no problems paying the bill. At the end of the day if you want beautiful food and surroundings then you have to pay for it and if you dont go to mc donalds.
I would also just like to say thankyou to all of the staff as they were considerate and helpful with any questions asked.
I’ve visited the Wiveton Bell twice. The first time was with friends to have dinner, the restaurant was full and we had a great time, enjoying the food and most of all the wine.
The second time was yesterday and this time for my fathers birthday with all his grandchildren, the restaurant was far from full. When we booked the table we made clear that there would be four small children with our party. We were told that wouldn’t be a problem.
The staff certainly weren’t unfriendly, but they didn’t really know how to cope with small children and the restaurant gave the impression that it really wanted to be cooler than families with children. A fine attitude when you are full, but not when you are no where near.
Clues to this impression came from the children’s menu, which was titled Young Adults, and the price for children’s main courses was £6 or £7 for very unspecial food. The kitchen was too cool to have ketchup for the hand cut chips they supplied to the children, instead they had tomato relish that 4 and 5 year olds weren’t hugely keen on.
The adult meals were ok. My Slow Roast Briston Pork Belly was delicious, but so it should be at £12.95. You then have to buy all your vegetables separately.
For 5 adults, 3 children and a baby, the bill came to £150. Everyone was drinking soft drinks as we were driving, except for one glass of wine and a pint of beer. To me that is expensive.
One last comment, watch out for the loos, which quite frankly were disgusting and clearly not checked regularly by the staff.
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