Best British restaurants nearby. Discover the best British food in Nailsworth. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for British restaurants near you. including Birch Restaurant, The Olive Tree Mediterranean Restaurant & Pizzeria, Williams Food Hall, The Kitchen, The Britannia, The Weighbridge Inn, Wilder, The Old Lodge, The Tipputs Inn, Hobbs House Bakery
4 based on 166 reviews
Our Bistro menu celebrates British food and produce of the South West, making best use of Hobbs House Bakery's handmade bread and wood fired oven. We have a focus on the carefully sourced; everything is bought directly from the producers and cooked with r
I really want to be nice about this place. We come here every year when we are on holiday and love their cakes and coffee. However something very disturbing has happened here.All we wanted was a nice English breakfast. Not just a fry up but decent local produce and what did we get on the menu?. No mention of English breakfast and the nearest by description had a dollop of Avocado thrown on the plate. Yes we could change that but I am getting rather tired of places thinking they can posh themselves up by mashing up some avocado. Then to really finish us off they do not sell baked beans. Come on let's get back to basics. We did get some of what we wanted but it worked out ridiculously expensive. Also the produce was nothing special.LOVED your Victoria sponge thou!.
4 based on 65 reviews
Sadie, Lillian, Iain and Frankie welcome you as the new owners to The Tipputs Inn, having taken over from the 4th December 2017. Our aim is to serve good home cooked food at an affordable price.
Visited with friends for Sunday lunch and had excellent service and really good foodPlenty of meat (we tried the beef and lamb), excellent roast potatoes, vegetables and Yorkshire pud.Good real ales and winesWill definitely visit again
4 based on 442 reviews
A 400 year old hunting lodge set on Minchinhampton Common in the Cotswolds, The Old Lodge restaurant provides a fairytale setting in which to dine. Built in traditional mellow Cotswold stone, The Old Lodge, at one time a hunting lodge owned by Henry VIII,
Blazing fireplaces was not the only warm welcome, Danny, Richard, Alex Honor, Manu and Mimi were exceptional hosts as I waited out the storm, nothing was too much for them. The accomodation was cozy, clean and warm and the shower hot, powerful and exhillerating. You truly feel as if you traveled back in time, to an era where everything slowed down and the staff found time to chat and you actually felt like you mattered. If you like a warm welcome a blazing fire, lovely comfortable leather couches and chairs all with the smell of old leather and wood smoke this is your place.
4 based on 82 reviews
An evening at Wilder begins at 7.30pm when we open our doors: relax with a pre-dinner drink and allow us look after you. At 8pm Chef Matthew Beardshall creates and serves a perfectly balanced eight course tasting menu, plenty of surprises along the way an
The food is exquisite, flavour combinations that work in perfect harmony. Little explosions of seeds, herbs, oils, purÃ©es, jusâs that make every mouthful pure pleasure. The chef seriously knows what he is doing matching ingredients in an unusual way, my tastebuds were in heaven! The quality of the produce was clearly extremely high. Beef melted in the mouth, the duck was devine, smoked salmon was cleverly flavoured, but the vegetables were just as good, they tasted like their flavours were enhanced due to clever cooking techniques. Our wine flight was fantastic, perfect matches for each dish. Very knowledgeable staff, who took pride in the dishes/wine. A special place, this restaurant created the perfect atmosphere for a special occasion or relaxed gathering. Will definitely go again!
4 based on 613 reviews
We have been infrequent visitors to the Weighbridge for almost 50 years and have not found another pub in the area to equal it. We have seen many Landlords and Owners come and go but the quality of the food never varies. It is consistently very good. We have never explored the menu over this period as we have always loved the home made 2 in 1 pies, so if itâs not broken why mend it ! I until recently have always been able to eat the large pie but now in my mid 70âs join my trim wife with the smaller variety. The large pie is not for the faint hearted. The one advantage of scaling down is being able to enjoy one of the tempting desserts which we did recently by sharing a 2 in 1 Cherry and Apple Crumble with a jug of pouring custard, which was simply divine. What we like about the food is that itâs all home made, by chefs who know their business and no sight of a white van delivering so called gourmet food, that simply requires warming up. The chips that are served are also made with potatoes and are NOT the frozen variety that is all so often the case these days. What a commendation that now two elderly folk after an almost 50 year loyal patronage can still recommend this wonderful charming hostelry.Polite and efficient staff, great selection of ales and wines and a really well managed establishment.
4 based on 462 reviews
Warm bar and dinning, friendly staff, relax and comforting!!
Visited this pub restaurant with a friend for Sunday lunch. We both ordered the roast lamb and at the time of ordering specifically asked for mint sauce. The food took sometime to arrive and when it was served we were asked if we wanted anything, my friend asked once again for mint sauce only at this point to be told they had run out. We appeared to be among the first to be served on the day. The food was good but the incident with the mint sauce tarnished the experience.
4 based on 272 reviews
Visited on Wednesday for a quiet coffee. As always, the warmest welcome awaited and the service excellent. Genuinely enjoyed the nicest Eccles cake I had EVER tasted, warmed perfectly in the oven, served with a latte. A little gem in a lovely village.
4 based on 276 reviews
As always the starters and mains were excellently cooked, presented and served: the dining experience however is not all that matters in creating an enjoyable evening. However, to maintain its reputation in the competitive Nailsworth market, I think that William's Kitchen will have to improve its access to, and the facilities provided in its bathrooms. The stairway, landings and bathrooms are really below standard and let down the otherwise excellent experience. From the top of the stairs you are faced with views of storage and back of house facilities that do not do justice to the downstairs environment, and the new guest might not find their way to the bathroom due to lack of signage.We are fans of William's, but do wonder if they could do better in this regard?
4 based on 698 reviews
An Award Winning Restaurant set in the heart of the vibrant Cotswold town of Nailsworth, The Olive Tree provides a happy, welcoming atmosphere buzzing with life.From early morning, locals and visitors alike enjoy the Olive Tree experience. It's a great pl
Went for a meal with friends the other evening, it's a nice quaint little place and the food and service was good, would visit again if in the area again
We use fresh, local and seasonal ingredients. We are passionate about anything that can be put on the table. We offer a casual dining experience and serve the classics well.
I booked a table for 5 for lunch a week in advance. Please note - booked.When we turned up we were informed that the restaurant had taken an outside catering job that day and consequently because they didn't have their chefs they had cancelled the lunchtime menu and we would have to order from the breakfast menu. 2 of the party felt that this was unacceptable and left. The 3 of us made the best of it & ordered Haddock Omelette and an egg & spinach dish which I can't remember the title of. It then transpired that they were fresh out of Haddock & Spinach, so we had plain omelette & poached egg.for lunch.They shouldn't have taken the booking.Outrageous.Hi Nick,Iâm so sorry to hear that you didnât enjoy your experience with us. We have always tried to ensure we give our customers a high standard of service and food. We have catering events every weekend but there is always a chef in BIRCH when we serve food. We serve a breakfast/brunch menu on a Saturday as weâre incredibly busy and this ensures we can serve people quickly whilst maintaining our high standards. We were extremely busy on the day you visited and we unexpectedly ran out of a few of the menu items. I will message you independently in order to make sure your next visit to BIRCH is satisfactory.
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