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 Corbet Arms, Uffington, Shrewsbury


Corbet Arms
Church Road

Contact:Dave Robson
Tel: 01743 709232
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Keith Cunliffe
Corbett - If you like quality this is a must,,,,,,
Visited the Corbet last week, it is situated in a village setting on the banks of the River Severn with its own bowling green......If that is not enough the premises has been refurbished to an extremely high standard, quality beer and an exellent menu are provided by attentive staff. There is also bed and breakfast accomodation which will soon be available. I was fortunate enough to view the rooms which were furnished to a very high standard.
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
Rating: rosettes

Alex Johnson
Good Food
We went for lunch on bank holiday Monday, must say the food was fantastic, well priced and a nice atmosphere. We shall be returning in the near future.
Thursday, September 2, 2010
Rating: rosettes

What a transformation!
Just been there for lunch and found the experience very enjoyable. The pub has been renovated to a very high standard.

The food was very good and the staff were friendly. The only negative aspect was that there was only one vegetarian dish, which is disappointing.

Overall, I would recommend this pub.
Monday, August 30, 2010
Rating: rosettes

Ed Thomas
Great Food, Great Pub
We visitied the Corbet on Saturday night for a friends birthday, as a table of ten we were all very impressed by the service and standard of food. Although you can tell the waitress were still finding there feet, they always had a smile and helped with any queries. I have read through some of the reviews and am slightly baffeled, as there was music in the background and plenty of picturs on the wall. Also the comment about sit eat and go was a little strange as you can go through to the bar where we sat and relaxed over a beer or two. If you get the chance try a 'cornish knocker' a very nice real ale.
Tuesday, August 24, 2010
Rating: rosettes

Called in to see transformation, was nice but lacked the comfortable atmosphere that used to be there. Shame but obviously after a different sort of customer now. Was nice to sit out on the patio and hope that the bowls will still be played there. Bit expensive just for casual meal/drink but worth an occasional visit. Think will stick to The Two Henry's
Sunday, August 22, 2010
Rating: rosettes

Corbet Arms at Uffington holds many fond memories for me ,so I was keen to visit following the obvious transformation that has been taking place for a long time, although the transformation is very nice I think there is still some tweeking that is required to create the atmosphere that matches the building, I always find it a great shame that many refurbished places lack that space for you to retreat to either before your meal or after, it feels like a case of enter ,sit at your table eat your food then go,having said that the menu was well priced and the food was hearty, the tables are a bit flimsy and some background music would be nice along with some pictures etc to create some character and atmospere,hopefully when the waitresses have settled in they will acquaint themselves with the menu abit more it is always nice when they no what they are serving and can answer your questions or queries our waitress was very vague, I would say do away with the small glass of beer that sits on the plate with the steak pudding, and why do restaurants always give you rock hard butter that is virtually impossible to spread on fresh bread, overall I would visit again when they have been up and running abit longer , the outside terrace is very nice especially on a pleasant day or evening 33 for 2 starters , 2 mains 1 beer and a medium rossi wine so a reasonably priced nice village pub.
Saturday, August 21, 2010
Rating: rosettes

Am new to the area and called in on spec for an early evening meal. Fast service, excellent quality food, fair prices.
Very smartly fitted out. Definitely worth a return visit
Thursday, August 12, 2010
Rating: rosettes

Dan Reed
Its totally a reborn pub must be visited
since the corbet arms had been left neglected for many years and it was in a sad states of affairs too until recently I heard its a totally refurbished pub and is very light and GREAT food my gosh my friend was not wrong! I went the other night and had a drink or too and I couldn't sit without not looking around at the sheer beauty of the place I then today 12th june had lunch and I had sausages mash and onion gravy and it was most tasty and thy best local bangers and mash I have EVER tasted with no exaggeration! I also being a young disabled guy I loved being going into the pub and going up the ramp and not going up steep stairs nor going those dangerous stairs to where the old gents which those stairs where lethal to go up and down from it amazed me too how disabled friendly the place was and how friendly the new staff were too and I am booking for sunday lunch for definite and possibly every sunday lunchtime as the food is so so good I would recommend them for getting rosette or awards for their service and food if people don't visit the reborn corbett inn they DONT KNOW WHAT THEY ARE MISSING AS THE CORBETT ARMS IS THE BEST PUB IN SHREWSBURY in my opinion. I also warn if you want sunday dinner or a evening meal I would book a table if you want togo in groups in case you get disappointed but there were tables available when I was there but you may have to wait a little while for table in rush hours so I would book a table to avoid disappointment. IT a great pub I just can't wait to sunday
Thursday, August 12, 2010
Rating: No rosettes

We have just been to the opening menu sampling evening at the newly opened Corbet Arms. What a transformation. The pub is really lovely, the food was fantastic, kids are welcome and the disabled facilities are spot on. We are so lucky to have such a lovely put in our village. I would highly recomend a vist.
Saturday, August 7, 2010
Rating: No rosettes

J.R. Satanleys
Very good
I enjoyed my meal at the Corbet and wish to come again. I loved the new management.
Wednesday, March 31, 2010
Rating: rosettes

The Corbet Arms - update
Just to update you. The Corbet Arms Uffington Shrewsbury Shropshire has been closed for 12 months. Landlord Derek Biddle left in 2007. The freehold was sold by Punch Taverns in June 2009; it is currently being refurbished and is due to open May 2010.



co owner
Sunday, December 13, 2009
Rating: No rosettes

S Deans
excellant portions and tasty food
enjoyed our visit
Wednesday, September 27, 2006
Rating: rosettes

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Corbet Arms
Church Road

Contact:Dave Robson
Tel: 01743 709232
See Map


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