The Crown & Cushion is a historic public house, built in 1901, located in the beautiful village of Burncross. It is a large pub with separate restaurant, where booking advised for evening meals.
Had a lovely meal there last night. The service was warm and friendly, the food cooked to perfection and very good value for money.
There was something on the menu for every taste and pocket.
Well worth a visit.
This is an excellent restaurant. Beautiful fish, fresh vegetables, puddings to die for. Staff friendly. You need to book.
Have used the Crown & Cushion twice while visiting our family. We make it a must when visiting - it is the best food we have tasted in a long time.
We were there on our anniversary 17th September 2009 and had the best night. I had steak and jacket potato, my husband had the battered fish and chips, which was of the best quality and us Scots love a fish supper! My aunt and cousin had the salmon with hollandaise sauce and that was to die for. The steak pie beat my uncle, as it was big enough to feed Desperate Dan, and again it was of the best quality. We will be back, hopefully in December, as we will need a good feed by then.
Thank you for a great night and friendliness.
Very disappointing, we had to ask specifically for a veggie menu for my daughter, and this consisted of 2 pasta and 2 tart dishes. The vegetable pasta linguini chosen was very bland and came with 2 poached eggs on top (not mentioned on menu).
My son's Thai green curry was quite good and my father in law's steak pie was lovely. However, his chips were more like potato wedges, far too thick and were very bland and tasteless. My wife ordered Lamb chops well done. These came undercooked and very pink on the inside. I ordered pan roast duck breast and it was like eating pan roast old boots. When I spoke to the waitress about it she was totally unconcerned.
Will not be going back!