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Lodmoor, Weymouth

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user reviews of the Lodmoor, Weymouth

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Stayed at the attached Premier Inn ; otherwise wouldnt have touched this place with someone elses bargepole ! Only had a drink in there one evening , couldnt see any proper ale so went into Stella Default , they didnt have any of that either ! Place was dirty and service poor . Although the few staff we spoke to were pleasant and helpful . My starter course was excellent , my wifes was dry and tasteless . Main course took ages to arrive but was ok . My wife assures me that I DID ENJOY our stay in weymouth and must come again . Hope this place improved by then ?
oldbob - 25 Sep 2019 01:47
Appalling service and no real ale. Avoid at all costs. Food was also substandard.
andym1300 - 22 Oct 2012 16:52
typical multi chain pub, no real ale no service and way way overpriced

avoid at all cost
jeffisgame - 29 Jul 2012 10:57
As a resident of Weymouth not having been to this pub before my wife and I took our daughter ,son in law and two grandchildren for a meal . We arrived after 6.30 when 2 meals for 1 offers stop so payed full price . The starters were very good but then it slowly went wrong . My son in laws mixed grill my daughters steak fillet very good as were the meals for the grandchildren but the rump steaks ordered by my wife and I were miniscule and like shoe leather , mine arrived minus any mushrooms so had to call waitress who had face like smacked **** and was unhelpfull . We found a different waitress Danielle by name who was wonderfull and corrected it . Sweets were fine but coffee unfit for human consumption . All together overpriced for what is served and would not recommend even to rspca inmates . Left good tip for waitress as only really good thing in pub .
Pub seems to be set up for visitors who rarely return so not worried about recommendation .
leowolf - 27 Aug 2010 23:46
Gets very busy in the summer months, typically an hours wait for a table, therefore booking advisable. Pub is part of a "chain" and menu very "chainy". Food very good and average priced. Ideal weekend getaway with Travel Inn next door and pebble beach across the road.
Debbies_Star - 29 Aug 2008 15:57
I have stayed at the Travel Inn next door twice now.
We have breakfast every day at The Lodmoor and eat alot of our other meals there too.
I find their food to be tasty and well presented and unless you go in during their very busy periods (yes they DO have them) then you get your food in a nice timely fashion.
I just love their food...end of!!!
The staff are, for the most part, friendly.
Nick, with the pierced cheeks and weird ear piercings is really friendly, he doesnt seem it at first but he is.
So all in all I would have to disagree with the people that decry the Lodmoor...its lovely!
stephieack - 2 Mar 2008 17:40
OK for a beer if you are staying in the Travel Lodge next door, like I was, but the food is truly awful. Overpriced, small portions and worst of all lacking flavour. You'd get more enjoyment out of a bag of peanuts !! At least they are consistent as even the morning breakfast was of the same standard but with a terribly slow service added ! 15 minutes to serve up 2 rashers of bacon, a burnt sausage and one fried egg. Gimme a break ! As the guy below says "You have been warned!"
frogletfred - 24 Nov 2007 11:06
We stayed at the Premier Inn next door. Don't go here unless you are really tired and very hungry like we were. We went early Tuesday evening - it was dead. No real ales on offer at this time, only Tetley and Boddingtons etc. The food was over priced, tasteless, and my mate's burger was tough and burned. I was told by the barmaid that one of the veggies with my meal was unavailable, which I said wasn't a problem, the barmaid then came overand told me the potato dauphioise which was also meant to come with it was also unavailable! I was charged 7.99 for a tiny overcooked bit of tough chicken, four green boiled potatoes and some unpeeled undercooked carrots. It was not anything like what was originally described on the menu. You have been warned!
localale - 2 Nov 2007 16:30
As bland and boring as every other Brewers Fayre. Very little to distinguish it from other Dorset 'pubs' run by the same chain such as the Bailey Bridge in Christchurch or the Holes Bay Inn in Poole.
johnkn7 - 23 Feb 2007 19:42
Nice big comfortable pub from Brewers Fayre. Quite ideal if u r staying @ the Premier Travel Inn (next door).8/10
fat_beer_badger - 26 Aug 2006 12:37
Nice spacious pub. Went in there in the daytime a couple of times and I'd hope it comes to life a bit more at night. Nice clean toilets, how refreshing! Lots of entertainment, pool and games machines. A nice stopping off point on a walk into town.
kutiepie6662003 - 18 Feb 2006 14:55

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