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Burley Road,
BH23 7AN

(01425) 672427

Lamb Inn Information

The Lamb Inn is situated on the outskirts of Christchurch away from all the hustle and bustle of the town centre. Enjoy a drink next to the open fire or outside in the beer garden surrounded by the beautiful countryside. The menu is full of fresh dishes made from local produce and the atmosphere is warm and inviting.

Advisable on Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun
Avg Food Spend
£10 - £20 per person
Children welcome - Any time
Outdoor Area
Beer garden, covered smoking area
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Reviewer Kelli12310
Worst restaurant service I have ever experienced. Does not even merit one star. Two of the meals we ordered were unavailable, and instead of apologizing, the chef was defensive and made rude remarks and then told us to leave if we were just going to complain... So we did.. No wonder they had no other clients in there. Avoid this place.
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Reviewer Caravanee
Having looked at the website the menu was for Winter 2011 , surely this could be updated we decided to give it a go . What a disappointment , there was a poor choice on the menu and ended up having a sandwich which came with chips , it looked like chef emptied out the bag and cooked all the bits that quite frankly were only fit for the birds, won't be going there again needless to say.
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Reviewer mrmedical
We had a lamb curry here but with hardly any lamb - plenty of onion plus loud detailed accounts of the young staff's personal life. When we complained about the food we were ignored so will not be returning. On a positive the decor was good.
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Reviewer Anonymous
I am a regular drinker here and i often bring the family to have a meal. The drinks are reasonably priced, the food is delicious and the local drinkers are very friendly. The fact that in the winter its warmed by the open fire and in the summer the doors are left open and people enjoy the sunshine in the garden makes this pub a popular one at that!
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