Discover the best restaurant in Broadway, United Kingdom (UK) including The Garden Room Restaurant - Dormy House, Inn & Brasserie at Childswickham, The Swan, Russell's of Broadway, Snowshill Arms, The Mount Inn, The Crown and Trumpet Inn, Market Pantry, Tisanes, Tattersall's Brasserie at The Broadway Hotel
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4.5 based on 247 reviews
The Garden Room Restaurant at The Dormy is all about fabulous dining and fine wines with a menu that reworks classic dishes for a modern palate. With locally-sourced produce, including fruit and vegetables from the Farncombe Estate. During the summer months guests can dine alfresco overlooking the newly landscaped Gardens.
We were staying on the hotel's gourmet package which included the 5 course taster menu. ( The full 7 courses are available at additional cost). The food was just superb and the service was excellent. They can certainly compare to or exceed many Michelin star restaurants.
4.5 based on 490 reviews
We are a rurally located pub, restaurant in the north Cotswolds, situated in the small idyllic village of Childswickham, which is just two miles outside of Broadway. We are surrounded by miles and miles of beautiful scenery and wonderful English countryside. This ensures to set the location for this wonderful establishment. Our team consists of Kevin and Carol the owners, Trus and Lee our two very talented chefs, and our lovely waiting staff who will greet you with a warm welcome and make sure that you to have a great dining experience.
4 based on 1 reviews
Well today I was on the hunt for a beef and ale pie.... we drove miles to come back to Broadway only to find out.... get this... they stopped a traditional meal 12 months ago! GULP? Poor Canadian here wasn’t the happiest but it seems they are trying to make a new menu with fancy selections:-(
But that being said, it’s still a charming spot... waitress was very nice...
But as a heads up, if you are looking for a down to earth pub with cheap food... this one isn’t it which I guess it because it’s in Broadway...
PS the chicken pie ended up being a pleasant surprise as it was tasty... the burger was ok too!
4.5 based on 852 reviews
Relaxed, Stylish Dining Room serving modern British food at lunch and dinner time using the best of local ingredients. With seven individually designed bedrooms within the same building. All with en-suite bathrooms, luxury bed linen and air conditioning. Flat screen televisions, broadband internet access and original architectural features all combine to create a supremely comfortable experience. A full English breakfast is included.
Have eaten here twice now and find it pricey for what you get. Yes the food is good but the portions are a bit small. On both occasions the puddings were the best part of the meal, they were yummy. Service was good.
4 based on 267 reviews
Excellent pub, welcoming to all with well kept beers and superb home cooked proper pub food.
When you visit you are likely to find a great mix of people including: horse riders, cyclists, motorcyclists, ramblers, families, dog walkers and of course the locals. We do not live in the village but regularly travel here because it is such a beautiful and welcoming place.
4 based on 546 reviews
Situated at the top of a steep hill at the end of the village of Stanton with its honey-coloured, thatched houses, the Mount has a spacious car park and terrace/beer garden with great views over the Vale of Evesham to Bredon Hill and the Malverns beyond.
The pub provides overshoes for those with muddy boots which helps to maintain its impeccably clean and well appointed interior. The cosy bar has a real fire, regrettably confined to a log burner, and serves up well kept cask ales from local Breweries. Try the Donnington B.B. The dining area has the better views but try to avoid a seat by the door as it can get draughty with people wandering in and out.
The staff are open, welcoming and efficient - ever willing to go the extra mile. There is a sufficiently extensive menu with the addition of a specials' board. The food is tasty, using local ingredients, is well prepared, presented and served promptly. Gluten free and vegetarian options are available.
We always try to call in when in the area and have not been disappointed yet.
4 based on 654 reviews
Situated just behind the village green of Broadway this traditional 17th Century Inn, built in Cotswold stone, providing accommodation with four rooms for Midweek and Weekend breaks. Providing free WiFi service. Serving Lunch and Dinners all through the week using locally produced ingredients to make seasonally cooked home made dishes. Shakespeare's Branch of CAMRA's Pub of the Year 2008-09 and again in 2011-12 The Good Pub Guide's - Value Pub of the Year 2016 Having an open fire in the bar with our own mulled wine and hot toddies in the winter and Pimm's in the summer on our patio. Regular JAZZ and BLUES on Thursday evenings. We are also situated just off The Cotswold Way and it is a wonderful walking area and the Crown and Trumpet Inn is very central for touring Shakespeare's Country, The Cotswold's and Malvern Hills.
Looked at the menu outside in morning and was happy with it, so booked later in the day for that evening. On arrival we were shown to our table, but weren`t given a menu till 15 minutes later when we had to ask for it.Asked for something on menu outside and was informed that was an old menu.They didn`t seem that bothered about it that I wanted Plaice and there wasn`t any. Service was poor and very slow.They need to get organised and more customer focused.
4.5 based on 462 reviews
Great lunches, snacks and coffee. Lots of tourists of all nationalities.Hot food served until 4.00 P.M. Open from 9.30 A.M Mon-Fri
Came here on a cold windy and wet Saturday lunchtime. Although quite busy, there was room for two of us and we didnt wait long for service.
Had a delicious savoury croissant (bacon and cheese) with a lovely salad, with coffee. Good quality snacks and the salad was delicious. Friendly and professional. Would come again.
4 based on 418 reviews
Tisanes has a good reputation as a tea shop & having had their cream tea in the past I would normally give it 5*s
However, lunch is only very average. We had tuna melts & well, they weren't outstanding and I felt I could have made similar at home. There choice of soup was also limited to Tomato & Basil so I'll stick to afternoon tea in future
4 based on 225 reviews
Whilst staying overnight in the splendid Broadway Hotel, my wife & I were delighted to be able to dine in the lovely Tattersall’s restaurant.
The decor & design of the restaurant were hugely appealing & balanced beautifully by the fine cuisine & exemplary service.
We discussed the choice of food & wine with our extremely knowledgable waiter, whose name we omitted to gain, but we discovered he originated from Latvia, so he was very used to the wintry weather conditions which we had experienced during our trip to the Cotswolds.
Our fine dining, which was superb both in terms of quality & taste, complimented our decision to select such a lovely environment to stay overnight.
It was a perfect end to a fabulous adventure we had journeying from our home in the New Forest, to the Yorkshire Dales, via The Cotswolds..... a magical trip in some of the most exceptional snow conditions we’ve ever experienced!!
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