• Yarrow Bridge

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Serves meat, vegan options available. 'Flaming Grill' pub with a separate vegan menu. Options include courgette rolls, curry, Mexican burger, 'fish' n chips and Bakewell tart. Open Mon-Sat 11:00-22:00, Sun 11:00-21:30. Bar until 11:00pm.

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5 Reviews

First Review by larkascending


Points +30

19 Aug 2023

Good value

I think they’ve upped the game from previous reviews.

2 vegan starter options;
Vegan jackfruit drumsticks
Vegan Nachos
Really nice

3 Vegan mains;
Vegan Mexican Enchiladas- mildly spiced
Beyond burger
Vegetable flat bread
It’s pub grub - but tastes good

Dessert - Apple pie with Vegan ice cream

You know what your getting, on our visit fresh and hot.



Points +50

27 Sep 2021

Cheap and easy

2 vegan mains for 9.99, vegan fish and chips was a nice big portion, as was the mushroom pie!chain pub food so nothing amazing but really it’s just good that it’s there when you need something easy


Points +51

15 Aug 2019

It is what it is

It’s is what it is. It’s a chain pub that has a vegan menu. It’s edible, nothing fancy and when with mixed dietary eaters it’s nice to be able to have a 3 courses if wanted. The courgette rolls are nice, the miso burger is ok and so is the curry, fills a hungry tum but the chocolate torte is amazing! The vegan menu is cheap and cheerful. The staff are always friendly

Pros: Chocolate dessert , Cheap and cheerful , Friendly


Points +321

21 Aug 2018

Totally Okay

We were glad to find this pub with lots of vegan options, during our recent trip to the area. It's a good place to go when you have a big group or a bunch of varying dietary needs dining together.

I had the "Fish" and Chips. It was surprisingly fishy in taste but was more of a crumb than batter outside.

The bean burger was also fine. Nothing to rave about.

Pros: good service


Points +20

17 Jun 2018


Fare play for having a separate vegan menu; 3 of our party opted for the Mexican bean burger which was packed with lots of beans and had a decent outer crumb to hold it together within the bun. I couldn’t help feeling however like our meals were a little second glass compared to the meat dish options; the burgers I’m sure were cooked from frozen because the frost seemed to have got into them- like when you freeze bread and don’t seal the pack properly, the texture wasn’t quite right. Our chips had been cooked separately to the accompaniments on the meat based meals which I guess is due to what goes into the fryers along with the regular chips; this was evident because our chips were pale and soggy, in contrast to the crisp and golden regulars. The fried onion rings were also missing from the dish in contrast to the menu description. Desserts however were excellent- warm bakewell slice, chocolate tart both served with coconut ice cream and was a nice end to the meal. It’s commendable that the pub has an independent vegan menu, but there needs to be some commitment to raise the vegan options to the same level as dishes on the regular menu. Also I feel they should keep the vegan menu on the table with the others to draw attention to this choice-one of our party who eats meat chose the vegan burger over a meat option because it sounded good.

Pros: Separate vegan menu with choices for 3 courses, Conscientious about cooking separately , Desserts!

Cons: Second class vegan meals in comparison, Cooked from frozen, Sticky table

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