Serves meat, vegan options available. Pub & restaurant group operating numerous outlets across the UK and under different names like The Swan, The White Lion, The Fox, The Crown, Vintage Inn, The Greyhound, and The Royal Oak. Offers labeled vegan dishes including curry, a Moving Mountains burger, salad and dessert. Some locations offer a vegan Sunday roast. Updated traditional pub with exposed beams and log fires, serving Mediterranean and British menus. Open Mon-Sat 11:00-23:00, Sun 11:00-22:30.

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7 Reviews

First Review by Stincey


Points +331

29 Aug 2022

Don’t bother

Poor vegan offerings with the unimaginative staples ‘curry’ and ‘salad’.
Vegan burger only vegan if you ordered salad with it, chips weren’t vegan. Still would’ve set you back £14. Not worth it. Customer service also left much to be desired. Very unwelcoming and seemed like we were an inconvenience.

Cons: Nothing exciting for the amount it costs, Unwelcoming atmosphere, Mysterious brown splatter on the walls



Points +26

01 Sep 2021


Brilliant service and the smaller menu is made up for by how nice each dish is!
Some things in the menu were incorrectly labeled but the staff were happy to clarify.
Will definitely be returning!

Pros: All options are absolutely delish

Cons: there is a limited menu


Points +726

08 Aug 2021

Great checking in about vegan

Visited here today and the waiter was fantastic at checking in that everything was vegan and we were happy. He made sure he spoke to the chefs and double if not triple checked everything! There was a moving mountains burger and it was amazing and two vegan dessert options! Would definitely return!

Pros: Knowledgeable about vegan , Good choice , Fair prices


Points +42

30 Jan 2020

Great vegan options

Had an amazing vegan night. Tried 3 starters, mains and deserts which were all fabulous. The staff were lovely and the atmosphere was wonderful. I love a real log fire too! Will definitely be back


Points +22327

13 Oct 2019

I've seen people laughing in churchyards

Been going here regularly since 2004 sometimes for food but mainly for a cosy escapist pint, usually on a Sunday evening. It’s a cosy modern pseudo olde world pub with exposed wooden beams. But it works well. There’s even a Travelodge attached. A full on vegan menu arrived in early 2018. The falafel starter was very tasty but a little dry, the sweet potato coconut curry had promise and the home made burger showed creativity. A rich and moist chocolate tart to finish was perhaps the highlight. A second visit for food in Oct 2019 displayed huge improvements in the vegan menu as demonstrated by a delicious spiced squash coconut curry and an exemplary tagliatelle primavera. A free bottle Prosecco as part of a birthday email promotion added extra fizz.

Pros: Lovely interior, Vegan menu , great beer

Cons: quite expensive


Points +420

07 Jan 2019

Needs improvement

Great to see chain pubs offer vegan choices. But they need to improve what is being served. Dried up salad and cold wraps just don't make a lunch. Although my friend had the coconut curry which had flavour. Puddings apple pie and Xmas pud were all served luke warm. Normally expected to be nice and hot!

Pros: Vegan menu , Open fires

Cons: Expensive , Dried salad


Points +20

24 Feb 2018

Good vegan options, helpful staff

Good selection of vegan starters and mains. Awesome deserts - treacle & pecan tart especially good!

Pros: Great menu options, Knowledgeable & helpful staff, Nice ambience & atmosphere

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