Best British restaurants nearby. Discover the best British food in Monmouth. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for British restaurants near you. including Angels Fish and Chips, The Stonemill, The Inn at Penallt, The White Horse Inn, Salt & Pepper Coffee Shop, The Pig & Apple, Farrington’s Restaurant, Bed and Breakfast, The White Swan Tea Room, The Potting Shed, The Gate House Riverside Restuarant and Pub
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4 based on 227 reviews
We were looking for a dog friendly pub with good food and we found it here!Excellent service and friendly staff.The steak and kidney pie was a real pie with pastry all round! And more meat than I've seen in a pie for quite a while.Thank you.Thank you for your appreciative words. Pies are our chef's pride and joys and will be over the moon to see your comments.Thanks also for taking the time to post this item.RegardsPhil
4 based on 209 reviews
Quirky warm homely
I booked Dinner at The Potting Shed upon recommendation - what a find. I was travelling (and therefore eating) alone but......from the moment I arrived, I was made to feel welcome, and totally spoilt. Both my starter (moules) and main course (duck) were amazingly presented and totally delicious. Wines were selected to accompany both courses - with the merlot served in exquisite cut glass (dare I say it seemed to taste even better for it!!). I regret that I was unable to sample a dessert - hopefully next time?! Thank you so much for your warm hospitality, wonderful atmosphere and really excellent food.
4 based on 110 reviews
Lovely catch up afternoon tea with friends very relaxed and unhurried. Great choice of sandwiches including local ham. Really light scones and good variety of cakes. Great salted caramel profiteroles. Loved the vintage style cups- tea certainly tastes better. All this and dog friendly. Highly recommend.
4 based on 82 reviews
Farringtonâs restaurant, as it is known now, opened towards the end of 2018. We strive to use local produce, and support local business as much as we can and offer food to sort all tastes, from sandwiches to Scallops and Seabass to Herefordshire Grass Fed
....with good service and imaginative dishes. For those trenchermen or trencher ladies who tend to judge their meal not necessarily by the skill and inventiveness employed, but more by the quantity of the portion on the plate, they might be a little disappointed!Quality 'local' Wye Valley asparagus (Sprue) and "Gower" (I doubt it) whitebait were nice starters, and the duck breast mains, 'local' again, of course, were tender and cooked just right. Reasonable veg. Bread was decent but portion control was in evidence again. Though a little more was willingly supplied on request.Personally I don't give a damn where things necessarily come from as long as they are of the highest quality and totally fresh. This was overall, a good meal. A robust Gascon red complimented the meal admirably. Coffee was ok and we liked the jelly beans! Grappa was of high quality too.I thought I recognised the maitre'd, Ben, and he confirmed he had developed the very good little restaurant adjacent to Worcester racecourse.....'Ostlers' ....in which we have enjoyed some good food in the past? He is applying the same skills to this new venture. A personal note though.....'Nil desperandum carburundum illegitami' We'll visit the place again if in Monmouth.
5 based on 41 reviews
Enjoyed a lunchtime meal with friends.Service was first class with a smile ,enjoyed Goats cheese,fig chutney on flat bread,salad and chips which were delicious.The pig and apple burger looked first class..Would reccomend and return.The cakes also looked delicious
4 based on 179 reviews
A busy bistro cafe serving a breakfast menu and all day snacks and specials using local fresh ingredients.
On our journey we decided to call in at Monmouth for breakfast. A bit of research suggested Salt & Pepper might be a good choice. We werenât disappointed. Great breakfast, great coffee, great service-thank you.
5 based on 758 reviews
Rural country pub in the centre of the village of Staunton just short of the Welsh border, specialising in local real ales and good quality food sourced locally whenever we can. We have a 5 star food hygiene award. We are on several walks in the Forest of
We both really enjoyed our lunch today, chosen from the chefâs specials board. I had the nachos with chilli beef and loads of cheese, which was so tasty and really filling and my husband had the pastrami style cured trout. That was extraordinarily flavoursome and unusual. Ideal as a starter or light lunch dish. See picture below. Of course the ordinary menu has a wide range of lovely offerings too. We do advise you phone ahead as tables get booked up especially at the weekend and holiday times.
4 based on 437 reviews
Chris & Bronwyn offer you a very warm welcome to their 18th century country inn and restaurant serving the very best in Welsh & local produce. With a wood burning fire, a great selection of wines and friendly service. Our a la carte menu can be served in
Looking around the area on Sunday and came across this wonderful Pub/Restaurant the welcome was first class so decided to stay for lunch. The food matched the welcome really delicious with staff attentive and forever smiling we will definitely returning here when we are in this area
4 based on 444 reviews
We visited the stone mill with family for the first time hoping it would be a special meal and we were not disappointed . The service was very good , the food was excellent, beautifully cooked and well presented . This is a first class restaurant, friendly service , reasonably priced , well worth a visit .
Good food with reasonable prices. Fish and chip takeaway based in the beautiful forest of dean. Phone orders welcome Card payments over Â£5 accepted
This place has recently been took over and the food has dramatically improve and lots of I never use to eat from here but now it's my local chippy againGlad you enjoy it, thank you
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