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Long Lane, Telford TF6 6HA, UK – 01952 257979
Called in on Monday 2 October 2017 - found the place quiet but having a positive and modern feel. After disappointing quality of service on that occasion we risked going back in 2018. We have been far happier with the quality of service and enjoyed the food and the atmosphere of the restaurant. The three recent visits have been impressive and we have been with friends at Easter who were also impressed. Visited for our wedding anniversary and enjoyed some lovely food and interesting puddings - Chocolate Fondant with Kirsch Cherries ( very alcoholic tasting!) and a huge crunchy apple and plum crumble. Nice to see that the range of real ales included a dark Titanic Porter when we visited.
I had a lovely experience here. The staff were excellent , couldn't do enough for us. We had a late night snack which was created for us as we couldn't decide what to eat. Great tasting food, very well presented. You can tell that the staff enjoy working here. Plan to go back and sample some more food.
14 Shawbirch Rd, Admaston, Telford TF5 0AD, UK – 01952 251989
First time we had eaten here. Very pleasant atmosphere. Plenty of parking. Food highly recommended, well cooked and presented, very generous portions.
Stunning bar/restaurant right on my doorstep. Friendly staff and landlord. Great service and great food. Lovely clean and warming decor. Hadn't booked a table but the barmaid gave us a wonderful table where we ate, drank and talked for hours making it a very relaxing enjoyable evening. We will definitely be back again. Highly recommend a visit here.
Longdon upon Tern, Telford TF6 6LJ, UK – 01952 770335
Went with family for High tea. Best we have had .. Loads of it, beautiful presentation, even gave us lunch boxes to take some home for the grandchildren, staff were so friendly, offered Moor pots of tea. Nothing was too much trouble. Highly recommend Tayleur Arms. We would not go any where else. Thanks guys for a beautiful afternoon. Xx
An interesting visit. A busy pub/restaurant for a Wednesday evening but not really sure why. The menu is quite dated (think 1970's) and the staff a little slapdash. Our starters were good, prawn cocktail and pate but the main courses left a lot to be desired; even though the portions were huge, attention to detail is definitely required. The fish on the fish finger sandwich was over cooked and the coleslaw under chopped. The Gammon was served folded in half to fit on the plate, which was swimming in a water/oil mix, which had to be mopped with napkins to make it edible. The peas, soggy mushrooms and fried onions were a list cause.
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