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The lamb has gone downhill

On 2 Jul 2017 at 6:42pm Disgruntled wrote:
Since the new landlord has taken over, the Lamb has seriously turned for the worse. There's a guy always behind the bar with a beard who has the pleasantness of a dungbeetle. He always looked peed off and has clearly never had any customer service training. I see they're advertising for bar staff (clearly all the old staff have left). Easy job if you ask me, it's not like they actually serve anyone (regularly takes around 10 mins to get served while they walk past several times acting as though you're not there!) Really hope it does improve but not holding my breath!
On 2 Jul 2017 at 11:04pm Woody wrote:
Bring back Johnny Saunders!
On 3 Jul 2017 at 10:34am ex lamb drinker wrote:
The red wine is awful - I won't be going back.
On 3 Jul 2017 at 1:14pm Can't please everyone wrote:
I still like it in there. I've never had any issues getting served and the changes they've made since taking over have been largely cosmetic, being able to play pool in town without having to go to the Elly or heaven forbid, the Brewers, is great. They still have some great bands on and there are few places in town so regularly full on a Friday and Saturday night so they must be doing something right.

That there is some choice of the kind of pub you want to drink in is fab though. I know a lot of people like the Lewes Arms for example but I can't stand the place. Each to their own and all that.
On 3 Jul 2017 at 7:41pm Oh to be young again wrote:
Johnny Saunders!
Now that was a proper landlord!
Pub olympics anyone?
On 9 Jul 2017 at 2:10pm Jude wrote:
Rude is what they ate. If you are going to fleece me at least be polite and talk. Up their own @rse.

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