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David Ross left this review about The Three Crows
This is presumably part of a chain, although not one I’m familiar with, since the sign outside says “Ember Pub and Dining at the Three Craws.” Typically for such places, it’s large, modern and rather bland. The pub and dining areas are at least separate, so one doesn’t intrude on the other, although the former is more an up-market lounge bar than what I’d call a pub. There is also a beer garden and sheltered smoking area at the front. Despite being a modern building, there is a real fire in the drinking area and the music is audible without being intrusive. There is a cash machine inside and pub quizzes every Sunday and Tuesday night. Both food and drink are reasonably priced, with five real ales all priced below £3. My pint of Deuchars IPA wasn’t in the best condition, but that might be why it only cost £2.45. Note that it is called the Three CRAWS, not Crows.
On 4th February 2012
- rating: 8
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