We are open for breakfast at 8am
Mon – Sat 8am to 11pm
Sunday 8am to 10.30pm
Our menus change with the season and obviously use local ingredients where possible, ensuring the best produce, some of which is grown in our own kitchen garden. Pretty much everything is made, cured or smoked in-house.
In the pub there is a regularly changing menu from day-boat landed fish and chips, well-aged steaks from well reared cattle, always a pie to more substantial mains such as pan fried loin of venison with roasted garlic, mash and curly kale. Plenty of naughty puddings such as: Buttermilk pudding with gooseberry, Pimms and summer berry jelly with thick double cream and raspberry sorbet or dark chocolate truffle with hazelnut and sea salt ice cream, and always a local cheese available by the slice.
On weekends in the stunning Coach House Grill Room food is simply grilled on an open charcoal and wood fire, much like inns did hundreds of years ago. A favourite on the menu is our meat sharing board, which offers a selection of delicious meats of the day.
A traditional pub bar with a range of local ales (including our own Talbot Ale) and ciders, quality lagers and an interesting and varied wine list. Beers are supplied by local breweries Butcombe and Keystone.
There are several fireplaces in the bar warming mulled wine and cider in the winter.