Derwent Arms

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Malton, United Kingdom
British· Pub

Derwent Arms Reviews | Rating 4.2 out of 5 stars (5 reviews)

Derwent Arms is located in Malton, United Kingdom on 26 Church St, Norton. Derwent Arms is rated 4.2 out of 5 in the category british in United Kingdom.


26 Church St, Norton

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+44 1653693631

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Outdoor seatingTakeawayDine-in




Wheelchair-accessible car parkWheelchair-accessible entranceWheelchair-accessible toilet


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Quite a good pub and is quite big good food and looks really good after the renovation would recommend


Michael D. Milson CHt

Dec 2019 review. We stopped in again with family for Sunday lunch the weekend after Christmas. Once we figured out what everyone wanted we had to go to the bar to order, no table service there. Unfortunately they only had turkey on for the roast dinner, but they were very accommodating with substituting a steak. We had a mixed array of pies and steaks and roast dinners, the overall consensus was that a lot of the food tasted a bit dry and rubbery, most likely microwaved or our of a bag. After dinner some of us decided to have dessert, they were out of vanilla ice cream so we had to go with chocolate for our chocolate cheesecake. The cheesecake was nothing to write home about, it was kind of warm which really surprised us as it is typically served fresh from the refrigerator. Others decided on the sticky toffee pudding and said that is was cold and they were expecting it to be much hotter. All in all I would say this wasn't our best experience at this pub as far as the food is concearned. The staff were very friendly and helpful, but the food was rather slow coming out and not all at the same time. The bathrooms were not in the best shape and I was informed the ladies was completely out of toilet roll. The gents just had paper napkins of some kind. ***old 5 star review from 2017*** We went here for lunch with family and even though they had the main dining area fully reserved, we were seated fairly fast over near the bar, the tables were pretty small and cramped but we managed. I ordered the giant Yorkshire pudding and sausage, my wife had the haddock and chips, my dad had a steak pie, and my mum had a giant Yorkshire pudding with beef. All food was top notch and everyone was thoroughly satisfied. The staff were all very polite and attentive but didn't hover. Great atmosphere, the place was empty when we arrived but buzzing by the time we left. Will be back next time we're in town.


Terry Nicholson

All the good reports are correct. Lovely food, great service and reasonable prices.


Elspeth Douglas

Lovely server very friendly and attentive. Took ages for food to arrive and when it did it was nice and hot. Only thing was chips smothered in gravy which spoilt them surely a gravy boat would of been more appropriate. The pub was clean and fresh but sadly empty. Such a shame. More attention to detail by the chef would improve the experience all round. Otherwise lovely .


Jacquie Leogue

Enjoyed good food & drinks with friends. A good safe environment.