Discover Restaurants offering the best Gastropub food in Warwick, England, United Kingdom. Warwick (/ˈwɒrɪk/) is the county town of Warwickshire, England. It lies on the River Avon, 11 miles (18 km) south of Coventry and just west of Leamington Spa and Whitnash, with which it is contiguous. At the 2011 Census, the population was 31,345.
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4 based on 540 reviews
Warwick's Best Kept Secret. A true canal side real ale pub. The water is a few feet from the front door, adjacent to Cape top lock on the Grand Union Canal. Open & Serving Food All Day Every day from 12. We have 3 permanent real ales & 3 ever changing gue
Having noticed the two consecutive comments with superb in the title, I just had to add to this chorus of approval with my own experience of the Cape. My first impression was one of extraordinary cleanliness and an attention to service that would put many high class establishments to shame. The waiting staff were at the top of their game, with the food being artistically presented and utterly scrumptious. And such a variety of top quality meals that we were literally spoiled for choice! If you want old school charm with the utmost professionalism, a pristine environment, utterly delicious food, and a management team that are second to none, look no further than this pearl among pubs. Well worth a visit!
4 based on 715 reviews
WELCOME TO THE FALCON AT HATTON Gastro Restaurant, Country Pub and Hotel, The Falcon offers fine food, cosy corners and a real rustic feel. You'll enjoy a warm welcome, with exceptional dining and service, all in a friendly relaxed atmosphere. Toast our S
The Falcon has been on our list of âgo toâ places for Sunday lunch for some years, so we went there today expecting the food to be as good as we have experienced many times before, sadly it was not. I had roast lamb which was chewy, my husband had the belly pork which was fatty and soft, no crackling, the roast potatoes were chewy, not a bit crispy, cooked hours before and kept warm I suspect and the Yorkshire pudding was flat and soggy. The whole meal was just warm. We wonât be going again, shame. The service was fairly good though.Dear SRSLWe were disappointed to have read ypour recent review. Having visited a number of times before, you willl know how much price and effort we put into creating great menus, food and delivering a good level of service.I have spoken to the manager who was on duty who said that you visited between 6:00 and 6:30pm. We know the manager on duty spoke to you on a couple of occasions during the night. Rachel who concluded the service was made aware of your displeasure as you were paying your bill and the manager tried to catch you but you were already in your car.I am sorry that you were not pleased on this occassion, especially after visiting so often. We would have preferred to have dealt with the matter last night but do call us to discuss further should you wish and for us to be given the opportunity to make this right.Kind regardsJason
4 based on 804 reviews
The rose & crown is a 17th century inn with rooms tucked into the corner of warwick's market square. We serve the good stuff: fresh seasonal food, a quality pint, great wine, well-made coffee, all with a genuine welcome for old guests and new.
Me and three friends decided to eat here after a lovely day at Warwick Racecourse. we arrived at approx 5.50pm and we were the first one to order our food which we were advised would not been too long. After waiting approx 40 minutes the food arrived pie with mash and veg for me and my husband which we discovered was cold mash. We both ordered extra veg and this was cold too. My friends ordered a curry which again had cold rice and the other dish wad salad with new potatoes but again they were stone cold. We all decided that this was not good enough and left. We feel very disappointed that all four dishes had cold items. Such a shame after a lovely day out
4 based on 157 reviews
Executive Chef Mike Robinson brings a traditional approach to contemporary British cooking. Our menu is a celebration of our passion for wild food. Marrying the refinement of century old techniques with the very best local ingredients, Bringing the outdoo
Sunday lunchWe stayed in the indigo for the weekend but each night this restaurant was fully booked. However we managed a Sunday lunch....The beef was lovely and the Yorkshire puds were huge, the pork belly had too much fat and not enough meat, but tasty.Service was good apart from being the only ones in the restaurant not to be offered a drink from the drinks trolley, rather disappointing. Expensive for what you get but very tasty and included is service with the bill without getting a choice.Dear JohnmF5711TT, The Woodsman books up very far in advance at the weekends but we are glad that we could accommodate you this afternoon. Thank you for passing on your feedback about your Sunday Lunch with us and it has been delivered to the relevant departments. I apologise that you were not offered the drinks trolley. This must have been a genuine oversight on our part, however had you made your server aware we would have sent it over immediately or alternatively offered you a digestif on us. Service is optional and can be instantly removed if a guest so wishes but we are glad that you find your meal tasty. Next time you join us if you contact myself directly on [email protected] we can ensure that you have a drink from the trolley!Best, Rachael
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