Best Pub restaurants nearby. Discover the best Pub food in Appleby-in-Westmorland. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Pub restaurants near you.. Appleby-in-Westmorland is a market town and civil parish in Cumbria, in North West England. It is situated within a loop of the River Eden and has a population of 3,048. It is in the historic county of Westmorland, of which it is the traditional county town.
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The food is excellent and so is the welcome. Sometimes you get a click in site bars but glad to say not in this one. We was made to feel welcome and like we have been coming here for years. Atmosphere is relaxing. Great bar
4 based on 11 reviews
Super day playing golf in a relaxed atmosphere with friends. We were made to feel very welcome after booking online. Buggy was ready for us and we had drinks and ate in the club house. Food was very good quality and the service was excellent especially from the chap behind the bar who made us very welcome.The views across the course are stunning and the greens in superb condition. We would love to play there again.Thank you for your lovely review, we are glad you had a good all-round day and would be happy to welcome you back to Appleby Golf Club again soon.
4 based on 27 reviews
Sunday Lunch for four with roast Rib of beef, great Yorkshire puds and with a point vegetables. Washed down with Nigelâs recommended claret, decanted as well! Sticky toffee pud to follow with a lovely desert wine (or two!) Train back to our holiday house. Fabulous and even better than last year!!!
4 based on 105 reviews
I called in whilst travelling in the area in May. A deservedly popular pub in a beautiful part of the world.I are in the 'restaurant' area - good food, and the beer is good too. If eating I would suggest booking a table.
4 based on 91 reviews
The New Inn was reopened in March 18 as a free house and is now offering great quality food and drink We soon hope to be offer accommodation.
great sunday dinner ,i had roast beef, my partner had the raost turkey,which came with stuffing .pigs in blanket and yorkshie, quick service , lovely brownie for dessert,must mention,the beer was excellant ,enjoyed it all.we hadnt booked and we were lucky to get a table as it was very busy.Definately come again, 5 stars
4 based on 143 reviews
Called in for a quick drink, we had our dog with us who was made so welcome, lager was perfect served in an iced glass, bonus, beer garden is really good
4 based on 109 reviews
A traditional country village pub serving sandwiches, soup and toasties between 12:00 and 14:00 week days and home cooked pub food between 18:00 and 22:30 on Wednesdays to Saturdays inclusive. Please phone to reserve a table. Ever changing cask ales from
Went here on new years Eve for a few drinks as we were staying in great asby. Lovely friendly bar and people, great atmosphere really enjoyed the experience and would definitely return again and recommend.
4 based on 86 reviews
We were staying in a cottage in the village a 5 minute walk from this pub. It wasn't open on our first night as it'sclosed on Mondays but after reading all the fab reviews we booked for the Tuesday evening.We had to amend our reservation time due to an appointment being rearranged so I emailed Karen and received a very gracious reply confirming our new booking time.The pub is a typical village pub of the type that is sadly disappearing all too quickly these days. We were made to feel very welcome by the staff and the locals, several of whom came over to chat to us.We chose from the excellently priced set menu and were not disappointed. Good sized portions and food that was bursting with flavour. Thoroughly enjoyed the lot.If you like good honest food, warm and welcoming surroundings and friendly people this is definitely a place to visit.
4 based on 187 reviews
Arron & Carolyn welcome you to the New Inn at Hoff, serving traditional English food, wines & cask ales.
Called in for a Sunday lunch, pub old and quaint. We had lamb shank which itself was well cooked but very small, the carrot and turnip had a very odd taste, the rest of the vegetables were in one dish and consisted of slices of raw carrot, yellowing broccoli, bits of leek and bits of courgette with lots of water in the bottom. Over priced for the small portion. Was disappointed to see the cook carrying a dog around then return to the kitchen. Felt the whole place would benefit from a good clean.The sheer level of five star reviews on the New Inn speak for themselves. Anybody who has ever been near the place knows the mere suggestion it needs a clean is utterly preposterous.
4 based on 514 reviews
We visited yesterday for our anniversary having seen so many glowing reviews on Trip Adviser.The lounge bar was really nice with very friendly staff. Bitter was very good as was cider.We ordered chicken pate and chicken satay as starters and for mains we had rump steak and a burger. The pate was very nice. The satay wasn't. It appeared to be pieces of cold steamed chicken on skewers with a little bit of thick satay sauce squeezed on top. Not surprisingly it tasted bland. It came with spiced slaw which turned out to be a small portion of normal coleslaw. The burger was nice. The burger itself was unremarkable but the dish overall was pretty and tasty. The rump steak was underdone and very fatty but it was tender and tasty.We were sitting next to the kitchen door and I couldn't help but overhear one of the chefs having a laugh with our waitress about how their customers will eat anything!In summary, we expected better. It's reasonable pub food but wont be rushing back.
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