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The Bull At Broughton, Broughton - pub details

Address: Broughton, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 3AE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 7139) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Gargrave (2.2 miles), Skipton (2.8 miles), Cononley (4.2 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.3/10 (rated by 9 users)
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user reviews of the Bull At Broughton, Broughton

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Slightly chaotic with staff sorting out bills at a till in the centre of the main room rather than behind the bar. Food looks good and there are plenty of dining customers on a sunday. Beers are ok, dogs welcome, not bad but not brilliant. 7/10
dry_riser_inlet - 13 Apr 2012 18:31
Ate here last saturday on way to Holiday.
Was fairly busy, however people that came and where seated after us seemed to eat first. We waited for ages for our meal, didnt really find the staff that warm, except one young blonde waitress. However when the food arrived it was scruffy presented but it tasted wonderfull. This was the only saving grace for this pub and my partner had the fish pie to which he rated an 8/10 so must have been ok.
Would I visit again? If I was passing yes, but I would not go out of my way to drive there specially.
lol3d - 18 Jun 2011 15:26
The last time I visited it had just changed hands. The beer was mediocre. The food wasn't great. The prices were high. Not been again!
wooly2708 - 5 Aug 2010 00:10
This is now a 'Ribble Valley Inn', one of I think four Nigel Howarth (he of the Great British Menu, professional Lancastrian and Michelin-starred chef) has and the first 'over the border' in Yorkshire.

Look, this is a place for really, really good food so is it a pub or a restaurant? Well, you know what? The beer is excellent in all the RVIs, local brews from micros where possible. Here it's Copper Dragon beers, Saltaire, Dark Horse (what was Wharfedale) and of course as it's down the road, Timothy Taylors.

So, really good seasonal food, from local suppliers and smashing real ale from local breweries. I like to drink beer in pubs me, but if you're going to have a meal too, then this is the place. I think it's bang on.

Anyone who's been popping in 'the Bull' for years will notice a sharp change inside - essentially the same layout but much brighter and two fireplaces have been found. Nice decked area out the back, which in good weather will be lovely and I wager popular with those who want to drink just the splendid beers. But don't feel you have to eat if you want to drink inside.
barlick - 15 Oct 2009 13:41
Decent selection of 3 local real ales and menu looked promising although I wasn't eating. Bit of a corporate lunchtime feel with the nearby Broughton Hall offices, but a pleasant enough place.
bitemeimchocolate - 25 Jul 2008 18:12

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