Stevenage (/ˈstiːvənɪdʒ/ STEE-vən-ij) is a town and borough in Hertfordshire, England. Roughly 28 miles (44 km) north of central London as the crow flies, Stevenage is situated to the east of junctions 7 and 8 of the A1(M), and is between Letchworth Garden City to the north, and Welwyn Garden City to the south. On 1 August 1946, Stevenage was designated the United Kingdom's first New Town under the New Towns Act.
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4 based on 178 reviews
Traditional "Olde Worlde" pub serving good food and real ales, with a large garden Terrace overlooking a beautiful duck pond in the picturesque village of Graveley.
Had an early Christmas dinner here on Christmas Eve with immediate family and were not disappointed. Good beer, great service from friendly staff and excellent food, well cooked and presented.
All 3 courses were superb and served up piping hot exactly when we were ready and the Turkey Christmas dinner was almost too much to eat!
We have eaten here several times now, mainly on quiz nights on Thursday and would recommend this establishment to anyone in the Gravely area.
4 based on 340 reviews
The Farmhouse at Redcoats, situated in the hamlet of Redcoats Green, Hertfordshire, dates back to the 15th century and boasts 4 acres with stunning views across the rolling Hertfordshire countryside. With 12 country style guest rooms, a 45-cover conservatory restaurant and various charming private dining rooms, you can experience genuine farm-to-table dining, relax in the Old Kitchen and snug sitting rooms, enjoy an afternoon tea in our gorgeous Gardens or stay over and make yourself at home in our bespoke bedrooms, each one boasting its own historic features. Now part of ACInns, the Farmhouse at Redcoats is open for the next chapter in its illustrious history, however it will be kept as a ‘way of life’ as it always has been.
We were a group of friends and colleagues, here to celebrate a special work anniversary for one of us. We were in a large, charming private dining room, with plenty of space. The place is charming, service was very good; friendly and helpful and the...MoreThank you for your feedback Andy, glad you had a good time. We hope to see you soon again! Best wishes, Laura Moffat
4.5 based on 247 reviews
FIVE * * * * * RATED since 2009 to date <br>National Curry Chef of the year 2002/2003<br>Winner of British Fusion Food Festival 2005/2006<br>Winner of British Bangladeshi Food Festival 2008<br>Tiffin Club local Winner 2009<br>Best Caterer of the year 2010<br>Spice times best takeaway east of England winner 2011<br>Five Stars for food Hygiene 2009/10/11/12/13/14
The best Indian food in Stevenage , we have had food from surma a few times now after being reccomended by a friend. The taste is amazing, the service is friendly and welcoming. It is fantastic value for money, the portions are very generous. You will not be dissapointed !!
4.5 based on 564 reviews
The Hermit of Redcoats has undergone a complete refurbishment to return it to its original rustic country style. We aim to provide a traditional pub atmosphere with great ales, wines and a hearty menu. We pride ourselves on serving quintessentially British food; locally sourced recipes from our country's culinary history made exceptionally well. Our team of chefs are passionate and talented so come and visit our gorgeous pub and Gardens to sample a true taste of English country life. We hope to see you soon.
What a wonderful find, I was looking for a dog friendly pub in the area and found the Hermit of Redcoats.
The team are very friendly and welcoming, the food was fantastic, would recommend the Sunday roast pork - it was delicious.
Also, our dog Lucy loved it!
4.5 based on 336 reviews
Incredible food & attentive staff. Nine of us in total (inc 5 children) & every single one of us devoured the food whilst enjoying the roaring fire. Thankfully I left room for pudding as this was the highlight!
A fantastic find & conveniently located for a family farm trip. Will def be going back
4.5 based on 164 reviews
I have been a regular customer since it opened @nine years ago and it is my go-to place for a treat. Whether it is to meet with friends, celebrate an occasion or just to grab five minutes to myself with a book and a cup of great coffee, I always end up here. The shop is fantastic for gift ideas and more often than not I end up getting a gift for myself too. I always receive a warm welcome and the scones are to die for. I cannot recommend this place enough, they do an enormous amount for charity and the community, so in my opinion, the tea rooms are the heart of Walkern village.
4.5 based on 575 reviews
The Fisherman’s Pub is located in the leafy hamlet of Fishers Green in the Old Town of Stevenage. Fishers Green neighbours the beautiful village of Todd’s Green and is part of an area rich in local history and natural beauty. The surrounding area is popular with those enjoying a peaceful day out in the countryside, and The Fisherman’s is backed by an open green conservation area of which the pub itself is part of.Our pub is popular with walkers and families who enjoy sitting in our beautiful country garden whilst relaxing with one of our home-cooked meals and a chilled drink. In winter, we recommend you grab a cosy spot next to one of our open log fires and soak up the atmosphere with one of our fabulous wines or ales. The pub’s wood-panelled and antique interior is designed to reflect the traditional role of the inn as a homely and welcoming place for meeting and relaxing.If you are looking to hold a private event, we also have a comfortable and bright function room, open for bookings, which can afford you and your party all the traditional ambience with a more personal touch.
No matter when you go and it doesn’t matter how busy it is the food is always exactly the same, is not top restaurant food but it’s fantastic well cooked pub grub at a reasonable price. Sunday lunch is also good value for the money and the beer is always well kept. The menu has something for everyone and there’s always a specials board which changes each day I believe. Service at busy times can be a little stretched but when the pub is at capacity on a Sunday afternoon you just have to be a little patient and you won’t be disappointed
5 based on 66 reviews
Winner of the good food award for 2017 and received a certificate of excellence from Trip advisor. We are a Family run English business offering a warm friendly atmosphere, serving good quality food
Visited this cafe three times in the last month for an early morning breakfast. Each time the service has been friendly and efficient. The food is freshly cooked and served with a smile. If I had one gripe, it would be the lack of a veggie breakfast option. However that does not take away from this lovely cafe and happy friendly owners and staff.
4.5 based on 374 reviews
Must have driven by this place thousands of times over the years but we had never been in. Having rectified that we enjoyed a splendid lunch to celebrate an anniversay. The service was swift and pleasant and the food (free-range chicken and bacon pie) excellent. If we had one slight issue it was that the background music was, at times, too loud. Nevertheless a good experience.
4.5 based on 182 reviews
First visit & definitely we’ll be back. Called to see if a table was available & luckily we managed to get one in the bar. All the staff were very welcoming & helpful. We ordered the 4 meat Sunday Roast which was Beef, Lamb. Pork...MoreDear Steve, Many thanks for taking the time to review your recent experience here at the Rising Sun. We are so glad you enjoyed your meal with us and hope to welcome you back again very soon. Kind regards Natalie Chappenden, Landlady
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