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Live and Let Live, Bromyard - pub details

Live and Let Live

Address: Bringsty Common, Bromyard, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR6 5UW [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 33016) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 5.8/10 (rated by 13 users)
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We were back here yesterday for Sunday lunch, which was very nice. The Live & Let Live is still a lovely pub in a nice location. Wye Valley Butty Bach & Otter Bitter were still on. But, the third ale was Ledbury Gold. In the absence of any real cider (I certainly couldn't see any), I opted for the Gold. Sunday lunch was tasty. The portion size was good and the value was not too bad. Tables are spread over 2 levels and you can also dine in the pretty garden.
blue_scrumpy - 24 Jun 2019 20:21
Super pub dating back to the 17th century with plenty of timber framing, nogging and flagstones. Good steak and kidney pie (shortcrust not puff pastry fortunately!) washed down by decent Butty Bach. Otter Bright and Twisted Spire also available - I personally prefer darker ales but you can't have everything! We definitely plan to re-visit.
paul_d102 - 8 Dec 2012 22:01
This old pub (apparently only recently re-opened) is approached down a badly rutted track across a common. However, it's a very atmospheric place, both inside and out. We walked in to find all tables taken with diners and the bar area also packed. An upstairs dining area was equally crowded. 3 ales were on - Wye Valley Butty Bach, Otter Bright & Hobsons Twisted Spire. There were also 2 ciders - Olivers & Orchard Ram. Miraculously we managed to get a table and enjoyed a nice meal too. The menu is fairly standard. But the food was good quality and well cooked. Whilst a little off the beaten track, this pub is recommended for both beer and food.
blue_scrumpy - 7 May 2012 11:41
The story of this pub's resurrection is well enough known not to repeat here - 11 years of closure, and numerous attempts to convert it to residential use. It's now back in full action, and is a most impressive and delightful building in a lovely setting, some way from the road in the middle of Bringsty Common. Pity about the smokers' 'marquee', though - it does rather detract from the aesthetic appeal of the place, though I suppose it's handy if you're a smoker.
It's as attractive inside as out, and though we didn't eat there, we had a look at The Thatch restaurant upstairs, which is beautifully done.
Downstairs, the first open fire of the year for me, on a miserable day that made it very welcome, a couple of pints of good local beer (Ludlow Bitter) and pleasant friendly service.
Definitely worth finding.
earlydrinker - 3 Oct 2011 12:04
Visited this place last weekend. Lovely friendly place full of character and a cracking pint!
the_wandering_barman - 10 Jul 2011 11:43

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