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The Monkey House in New Forest


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A friend and I decided to try Sunday lunch with the new landlord. We both chose Roast Pork, which was amazing, but sadly not hot. They weren’t busy, so I guess the meals had been left on the pass too long. We were hungry and thought that if we complained there would be a wait and they might be microwaved. No one came to check if we were happy with our meals. When we paid the bill the landlord simply said they couldn’t have been left on the pass ... I won’t rush back.
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13 October 2019
We called here for a meal while staying in Lymington as we had been here last year and had a lovely meal. I had the Fish and Chips and was not disappointed. When it came I did look twice as the fish was square but when I cut into it I realised why it was the thickest piece of fish I had ever had in a restaurant and tasted delicious.
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08 July 2019

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