Find out what Gastropub restaurants to try in Worfield including Bamboo Wine Bar, The Woodman, The Woodberry Inn, Baileys Wine Bar and Bistro, Swan Inn, The Crown
5 based on 33 reviews
We had heard so much about the Crown in Pattingham that today we managed to sample the food. The entrance to the restaurant was at the side of the pub. This seemed somewhat strange in that there were numerous beer barrels stacked on one side and wooden tables with ashtrays for smokers, which didn't look particularly inviting. However there were further rattan seats on a raised platform for those people who wanted to sit outside and eat.There was a small entrance to the restaurant which led up a flight of stairs into the seating area which was very nicely carpeted and the decor was attractive.Our friends do not have a very large appetite and asked for the childrens' menu which was readily available. We chose the Seafood tagliatelle which was very creamy and filling but the mussels were minuscule. The desserts looked delicious but we only sampled the apple crumble. The staff were friendly and helpful and the whole evening was very enjoyable.
4 based on 130 reviews
We have been eating and recommending this establishment for a few years normally favouring Table 9 in the tastefully decorated Bar area. Yesterday (July 21st) us and a group of friends had booked a table for Sunday lunch. After bragging to our friends how good the food was going to be, alarm bells started to ring! Firstly the Menu clip board had been replaced with a tacky piece of paper and there was a rather scruffy man with long hair behind the bar. Knowing the high standard always adhered to by the staff this wasn't ringing true. We then realised he was the new owner and the Chef was no longer there. We ordered our food but had a sinking feeling in our stomach. When the food eventually reached us after a ridiculously long wait it was inedible! The vegetables were bland and just plonked in a dish, the beef extremely tough and the gravy appeared to have been made in the microwave as I believe alot of the food was too. There were loads of people complaining around us. I felt very sorry for the young Staff, Tom the Waiter and who has been at The Swan for a long time, was as professional as ever and couldn't apologise enough. I can not believe how a place like the Swan with it's excellent first class reputation could be reduced to the worst place I have ever eaten!! The new Owner should have had his hair tied up if he was going to be serving food to a table. As it is out of town, places like the Swan have to have a good reputation for excellent food otherwise they will not succeed. The food was not worth half of what they are now charging. It is such a shame and I for one will not be returning. I do however commend the young Staff there and we will miss seeing them. My priority now is to try and track down where the old Chef has moved on to. His Sunday lunches were the best in the County! I have awarded one star for the Service on here, that does no reflect on the young staff it was for having to wait over an hour for our lunch!
4 based on 281 reviews
Went in early on a Saturday evening, got a lovely seat by the window overlooking the main street. Food was excellent, plentiful and very reasonably priced. Well worth a visit if you are in Bridgnorth.
4 based on 235 reviews
At The Woodberry Inn we work with local farmers and artisan producers to create our farm to fork menu. Our meat is supplied by local butcher Keith Alderson, who is renowned for rearing top quality Hereford Cross and Aberdeen Angus beef on his own Bridgnor
Stayed here with 5 friends and on the strength of the visit booked immediately for a further stay. Hidden away in a housing estate this is not a pub that would attract passing trade however it gets busy and thats great to see, Rooms are very nice... we had 3 twins one was slightly cheaper and this was reflected in the size but it was still very usable. No complaints re comfort etc... breakfast on both days was brilliant and the evening meals we enjoyed on both nights did not disappoint. as i said on the strength of our positive feelings we booked once again. for those people who live local its a great assetDear Ian Thank you for taking the time to post a fantastic review regarding your recent visit to The Woodberry Inn. We sincerely appreciate your comments and are delighted that you enjoyed your dining experience with us.We look forward to welcoming you back in the near future. Kind RegardsThe Woodberry Inn
4 based on 576 reviews
The Woodman is a gastro pub set in glorious countryside, specialising in the use of local produce. Fresh fish and shellfish feature on the menu too. You will also find a superb choice of wines and cask ales. In the summer months enjoy the lovely outdoor s
We all met at 7.00 pm having chosen from the menu beforehand which helped the kitchen with such a large party. We were welcomed warmly and the first course was served. My mussels were delicious and really large. The roast lamb was also chosen by several in our party and the portions were very generous. Most of us completed our meal with the raspberry and lemon posset.On the wall in the restaurant was a board showing the local suppliers for the meat, fish and vegetables and the person who makes the desserts.The restaurant is very well known since it is situated on the B4176 which is called by the locals as "the rabbit run".
4 based on 298 reviews
BamBoo Wine Bar is at 15 Bridge Street and has quickly become the friendliest bar in town. With it's close association with Tanners Wine Merchants and its daytime menu of simple homemade cooking an afternoon snack can soon turn into a glass or two of wine
I just wanted a light lunch, so chose an omelette. The service was second to none. The omelette was enormous accompanied by salad and coleslaw. I'm afraid I couldn't do it justice. I can't praise the waiter enough. Will definitely be making a return visit when I'm next in the area.
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