Discover Restaurants offering the best British food in Highworth, United Kingdom including The Highworth Hotel & Restaurant, Smarts, The Jolly Tar Hannington, The Radnor Arms, The Freke Arms, The Saracens Head Hotel, The New Inn, The Rat Trap, Buscot Tea Rooms, The Cold Harbour
4 based on 1098 reviews
Situated just off the A419 in Swindon and next to a Premier Inn Large Restaurant dining area and further space to dine in our bar area. Great choice of Menu offering lunch and evening meal deals, fantastic selection of main meals and seasonal specials. Ni
DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY EATING HERE.We book table for 6pm on a Thursday evening. The place was very quiet although we stood for ages at the bar waiting to be served. We gave up and went to our reserved table after eventually finding member of staff. The food, where do I begin, two of us had âslow cooked lamb pieâ I found four pieces of meat (possibly lamb no taste) one small onion and still looking for gravy. The other lamb pie had less than that on it. Fresh veg is a joke itâs from frozen packet with no taste whatsoever. The fresh mash potatoe was either microwaved or inststant mash from a packet. Another had scampi and it tasted like left over fish bits from fish fingers deep friend and very greasy with Zero taste. The only decent meal was hunters chicken. Only two of us had sweets and that wasnât much better. I had bakewell and if the slice could be any smaller I would cut my finger on it and had no taste at all.If I could of found a member of staff who gave a damm or two hoots I would of complained but couldnât. We eat the meal as it was my mums 82nd birthday and didnât want to embarrass her. It totally spoilt our very rare family get together.It has put me off visiting and chef and brewer establishment.Thank you for taking the time on writing your review about your experience at our establishment . We are very surprised to read your comments as our food is served to chef & Brewer spec and nothing was mentioned to us on your evening out. My team always check back every guest and nothing was mentioned about the food or service that evening. I believe you even paid me at the end of your meal and thanked me for a lovely evening. Myself and my team all care very much about our guests and the experience they have at the pub and find your comments very upsetting to read. If you would like to discuss this further with me you can contact me on 01793724840 kind regards Sharon Kemnitz
4 based on 114 reviews
Buscot is Between Lechlade and Faringdon, located near a popular lock on the Thames.
What a cracking team room near Buscot Weir. Very friendly service and fortunate enough to benefit from freshly baked scones just out of the oven with lashings of jam and clotted cream, absolutely delicious. A lovely sunny day to be able to sit in the garden, ample seating in amongst a delightful cottage garden. What more could you ask for. We'll be back!
4 based on 272 reviews
Had a Meal here tonite another nice time with family, staff friendly as usual Good service good atmosphere food arrived on time very enjoyable Would recommend
4 based on 367 reviews
This 17th century coaching inn serves good honest pub food in both our bar and dining area. We can seat up to 100 people as well as offering outdoor dining in our courtyard or down by the River Thames.
Stayed for one night in hotel and thoroughly enjoyed the evening meal. Both had the beef signature dish, excellent. Starter (whitebait) and dessert (apple crumble) just as good. Breakfast (included in our stay) also excellent. All food piping hot. Staff very friendly and helpful.
4 based on 53 reviews
stayed here for two nights in a family room, could do with some where to hang your clthes no hooks no wardrobe bit odd realy, room clean food first class beer good would i stay again ? probably not unless rooms are updated all in all adequate.
4 based on 236 reviews
Just looked at previous reviews for the Freke arms and I agree with a review regarding the Sunday lunch being hardly generous with vegetables accompanying the Sunday roast.I thought the veg .dish was for two instead of four people.Not as good as the last Sunday lunch there a while back.Hello David WI'm very sorry for the delay in response, its taken some time to gain ownership of the trip adviser link.I have also commented on the previous post that you're referring to.In response to your reviews, we have now upped our weekly order of potatoes to ensure we can keep up with demand and our staff are asking all customers if the vegetables put out are enough or if they would like more, some do and some don't but we're quite satisfied that we have now overcome the problem that's been raised.If you choose to return we hope that you will find everything to be resolved.Kind regardsAll at the Freke Arms
4 based on 204 reviews
A cosy pub serving fresh food in our Harrison oven, with ingredients from our families organic farm and local artisan suppliers. We are located in the unique National trust village of Coleshill on the Coleshill & Buscot estate. We serve primarily a Britis
We, and another couple, regularly dine out together in the local area and recently we decided to support the Radnor Arms which has been undergoing refurbishment. We booked a table two weeks prior to our visit knowing that there would be a limited menu due to a new kitchen being installed.On arrival we were informed that the only option for food was a buffet at Â£20 a head and that we should have been contacted by phone to inform us of this. We werenât. On entering the restaurant the table which we had booked was occupied by six other people and the only table available was a very small round one which would only be suitable for two diners. The lady in charge did not offer to ask the occupants of âour tableâ to move. When we said that we would leave and find somewhere else to eat we only received a rather half-hearted apology. Donât think we will be back!
4 based on 104 reviews
Visited this pub in the tiny village of Hannington (pop. 250) on a Saturday lunchtime. Itâs a lovely looking pub (converted from an 18th century farmhouse in 1855) with two cosy bars and large, light conservatory at the rear. Thereâs also a decent sized, family-friendly garden at the back and a large carpark. On our visit the staff were friendly and the food was good. Weâd certainly return.Oh, and if youâre after spirits of a different kind, the public bar is supposedly haunted by the ghost of a tall, scruffy, middle-aged man (although that describes just about every country pub weâve ever been toâ¦)
5 based on 52 reviews
Our regular choice for beautiful fish & chips. Consistent quality, with a warm welcome. In our opinion, certainly the best in the area.
4 based on 218 reviews
The Highworth Hotel and Restaurant is under new ownership as from April 2016, with new management and great new chef. We offer good quality home-cooked food, using local produce where possible, at affordable prices. Combine this with a relaxed, yet stylis
Weâve visited here twice for Sunday lunch in recent months. Both times the food and staff were good. The first time service was a bit slow, but it wasnât the end of the world as we werenât in a rush, and the second time everything came promptly. The staff on both occasions were really genuine and friendly, and were patient and courteous when dealing with the more elderly guests. Sunday roasts cost Â£15 for two courses, or Â£18 for three, and there was a good selection: pork, beef or chicken, plus fish and veggie options. The pork was excellent and the beef, although more well done than we would usually have, was also tasty. Weâll certainly return next time weâre visiting Highworth, although weâll perhaps not run the gauntlet of driving our car through the really narrow passageway from the street to the car park at the rear!Thank you ever so much for your review. It means a lot to us that you took the time and trouble to spread the word. We hope to see you again soon. Warm regards, Linda
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