Gluten free: Just ask
Parking: Own car park
After visiting Lymington hospital two of us called in to the Waggon and Horses for some lunch. It is one of The Little Pub Group’s collection of “individual and idiosyncratic pubs and dining houses which includes The Foresters Arms, Frogham in the New Forest, and The Corner House, Mucky Duck, St James Tavern and The Green Man, all in Winchester”…. a few more we need to review!
We chose a Sea Sharer: Salmon & crayfish roulade, rollmop herring, whitebait crab cake, Jennings bread, IOW rapeseed oil & balsamic (£13.95) which was lovely especially the roulade.
I then chose another starter, Confit pigs cheek, endive, baked calvodos apple & crispy bacon, smoked garlic oil & aged balsamic (£7.50). Really delicious and made more so because I pinched some of the chips from the other course of Dill battered cod, pea puree, triple dipped chips & homemade tartare sauce (£12.95). The batter was light and well cooked but must say couldn’t taste the dill! Our drinks, a glass of wine and a lime and soda.
The ambiance is good and the service is friendly.
As usual as a LWL I would love to see a two course lunch time special but the food was good and I would visit again!
Ladies Who Lunch Scoring: The Waggon and Horses
4/5 Quality of food
3/5 Variety of menu
4/5 Staff and service
4/5 Ambiance and décor
3/5 Value for money
18/25 Total yummy factor. Review SA
Ladies Who Lunch: score key
The higher the “Yummy” factor, the better the food and service.
The higher the number of £ signs the more expensive. (Roughly one £ sign = £5 per head).
5/5 Cannot be improved upon
4/5 Very good
If you visit, please tell them that Ladies Who Lunch in Hampshire sent you!