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The Gardeners Arms, Cheddar - pub details

Gardeners Arms
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Address: 35, Silver St, Cheddar, Somerset, BS27 3LE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 16882) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Website: http://www.gardeners-arms.net

Pub facilities/features:
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> Current user rating: 8.1/10 (rated by 27 users)
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Thatchers Traditional cider Didn't try the food. .
jgurney1 - 23 Apr 2011 19:44
With regards to my previous comments and a mention from TOnto. I speak as I find at the time of writing, not what or can be. I have been coming to my family in Somerset for over 30yrs and lived here for over 5yrs. I have worked as a chef/pub landlord and in the food industry for some 30yrs.The comments on this site are purely opinions of the individual at the time. I to have visited places and found the situation totally different from the comments placed. If people wish to make their mark great but, not to the demise and derision of others, past present or future, let them do it in a proffesional manner that befits the trade. And on their own merit. As for being local I didn,t on previous visits see many locals or read of their comments. It would also be fair to say that the "priors" menu taste was not everyones cup of tea. It was different.! And a welcome change in my opinion from the deep frozen stuff I used to send out from the warehouse, during my days with Scottish/Newcastle. enough said....
james55westhead - 23 Apr 2011 08:34
Called in last week and found a remarkable change from my last visit some 9 months ago.
Good beer and clean loos the new managers are trying hard to make the necessary improvements.
Well DONE.
f6c - 22 Mar 2011 19:20
It's such a shame that the person who made the previous comment obviously isn't local !!! Yes the pub was cold in when the present Landlady took over - mainly because the place had been let go to the point that nothing worked !!!! Should you wish to re-visit this superb establishment you will find a vibrant, warm and welcoming environment where everything works, superb food (booking most definitely advised to avoid disappointment).
The current keepers of this fine establishment have worked wonders and returned this pub to its very best - Highly Recommended !!
T0nt0 - 15 Jan 2011 20:17
Paid a lunchtime visit prior to the xmas festivities and, alas Nick and jo no longer there. There no heating on and the present incumbents swanning around in Fleece jackest. The service from the lovely barmaid/waitress was very good the food well presented but, definitely nothing to shout about as was the Ale. My vegetarian dish was just some frozen veg in a whitish sauce. My how a pub can change and for the worser. What a sad day for the Gardeners.
james55westhead - 9 Jan 2011 14:54

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