- Disabled Access
- Private Dining
- Free WiFi
- Outside Seating Area
- Families and Children Welcome
About Three Daggers Pub
Whether you are passing through, local to Edington, or here to visit the area, the Three Daggers has something for everyone. Mouth-watering food, a fantastic selection of drinks including our own brewed craft ales plus regular events and live music.
You will also find 5* B&B accommodation above the pub, a fantastic farm shop full of fresh local produce, our very own microbrewery and a luxury house and spa on the hillside for exclusive use.
So many great reasons to visit us, we look forward to welcoming you here soon!
Lovely food, friendly service, relaxed atmosphere
One word Fabulous!
We booked for lunch last Saturday (8th) and having had a good supper a few weeks before (despite my father's pheasant being inedible; it was exchanged for something else) were looking forward to it. Unfortunately that wasn't the case. My husband and friend both ordered the scotch egg (from the light bites menu) to start but it turned up cold, straight from the fridge, and soggy. Three of our table ordered the fish & chips which was a good size but the fish was very dry apparently. Lastly, I ordered the burger which was deeply unappetising. Listed as coming with Gouda cheese, it was only when I lifted the top half of the bun that I discovered a lump, not a slice, of sweaty cheese. Horrible. The burger was ok, but the sauteé potatoes or chips as they were supposed to be, looked as though they'd been thrown on to the plate from some distance. And then having ordered two desserts, they didn't turn up. We did get an apology about that admittedly. It was busy with diners but then it's Christmas and that isn't really an excuse. We were told at the beginning that service might be a bit slow (which it wasn't) but that doesn't excuse the poor food. All in all a very unappetising and disappointing experience.
Great location, staff fantastic, food was good, but arrived cold and steaks not cooked as requested. Didn’t make a fuss it was still edible, but not as enjoyable. Location we had allocated was special and really felt exclusive, would not hesitate to recommend.
Called in for lunch with colleagues. Lovely venue and staff. My colleague tried the Christmas ale I had the Golden ale, definitely would recommend both. I had the jugged hare which was a little over salty, I would have returned it but didn't have enough time. The other meals looked really good. I will definitely be returning.
We were a little disappointed with the portions of sandwich- thin sliced bread (a nice thick granary would have been more tasty). I had a total of eight chunky chips in my side order, which at a cost of £3.00 was not good value. It was just a little disappointing. Also noted your lunch menu is quite limited and not much choice for non meat/fish eaters. Perhaps a home made soup could feature - especially in this weather.
We had a great evening with friends celebrating a birthday. The service was attentive but not obtrusive. The food was very good and the Three Daggers beer excellent.
Lovely pub - atmosphere really nice and cozy. Staff friendly to! Best sticky toffee pudding ever!
Fine food and drink with great service. What's not to like?
Lovely atmosphere and location.
We thoroughly enjoyed our business lunch at The Three Daggers. Great value all round.
Love my family lunch, thank you
Lovely pub and great food, very friendly
Attentive but unobtrusive service, menu extremely limited - something to do with a kitchen refurbishment - and prohibitively expensive. Food was agreeable but presentation was lacking; I chose the Halloumi, which was the only cost element of my £15 main, yet it was buried under greenery, plus the figs were very young. Despite the restaurant being quiet, and actually extremely pleasant and relaxed, we felt unfortunately rushed. Wine was excellent.
We have visited the Three Daggers in Eddington of several occasions now when staying with family. On arrival we were given a Pop up resturaunt menu which we all thought was strange. On asking a member of staff about the menu we were told that the kitchens were being refurbished and that they were using a make shift kitchen out back. Unfortunately this wasn't stated on their Web site. That said they still produced excellent food which was full of flavour and taste as we have always had from the Three Daggers on past visits. Recommend the Flat iron steak absolutely superb. One of our party claimed the fish course was one of the best they tasted. The staff are always pleasant making you feel most welcome and go the extra mile to make the evening. Thank you all.
My meal was excellent however my partner's steak did not arrive hot. They were serving from a temporary kitchen but weren't using hot plates to service the food. The annex was cold and drafty due to the door constantly being opened to access the pop up kitchen. The biggest disappointment was the service - the young staff were terribly stop, very reactive instead of pro-active. Had to wait ages to i) receive the bill and ii) pay - had to get up and ask for the card machine and found three of the staff all chatting by the bar. Not good enough for the prices, quality interior and quality food. better management required!
Absolutely superb! Fantastic meal, service, ambience...
Average food at above average prices. Had poussin which was well cooked but came with no sauce so was very dry (just served with some plain roasted veg). Friday night at peak time (8pm) and we were the only customers in the dining room! An empty dining room and packed bar speaks volumes.
It would have been nice to know that there is a limited food menu due to the refurbishment of the kitchen.
Hello, I very rarely if ever leave feedback but your email just arrived when a meeting was cancelled. So, beautiful venue, restaurant décor lovely, staff efficient and friendly but sadly the whole experience let down by the quality of food and presentation. Main meals at £17-£18 each is getting into white table cloth territory. We ordered a burger (huge expectations for something special at that price) for one of my sons and two roast beefs for myself and another son. I was expecting a delicious, piping hot freshly roast beef, ie from a roast cooked and carved in the restaurant. Instead we got a lukewarm portion of what really looked like catering pre-sliced beef, under cooked and cool roast potatoes, no crunch or flavour and a very dull Yorkshire pudding. Also some really overcooked cauliflower cheese - water logged, no flavor. I have to say a real disappointment given the price, venue and service. Such uniform slices of beef, we saw the other tables around us get their meals, confirmed this was not a fresh roast, was this the case? My burger eating son also said, dad, this is clearly not home made, ie perhaps a frozen catering/food service burger - hence not worth anything near £18. So sadly, a very disappointing meal which means we will not be coming back or recommending our friends visit including our local hosts for the weekend in Little Panell.
Lovely Sunday meal here for 4 adults and 4 children. Delicious food, much larger portions than anticipating, price a little on the high side. Great puddings too.Attentive service, and all round a very good experience.
Very nice place. I like the beer brewed on site. Three of us had steaks which all should have been medium but were all slightly overcooked. However, they are running with a temporary kitchen at the moment and it was good enough not to complain. Excellent service. Buzzing and lively until 9pm when everyone suddenly disappeared. Was there something on telly they went to see? We will definitely go back.
Perfect weekend getaway. Beautiful place, full of charm.
A lovely pub with friendly staff and nice food.