Discover Restaurants offering the best British food in Longhope, United Kingdom including Angels Fish and Chips, Old Dairy Tearoom, The Farmers Boy Pub and Restaurant, The Red Hart Inn, Glass House Inn Restaurant, The Tea Room & The Fairview Gardener, Heartsease Tea Rooms, Severn & Wye Smokery, The Penny Farthing Inn, The Lyon Inn
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4 based on 123 reviews
We are a country Inn, based on the main road between Gloucester and Chepstow. We serve a good collection of real ales and excellent dining facilities.
Nine of us called here on September 26th whilst visiting the area. The staff were absolutely charming, nothing was too much trouble for them. (we are a difficult bunch)The food was varied and excellent. We were all delighted with the experience
4 based on 241 reviews
We are located in the beautiful small village of Aston Crews, offering a freshly cooked seasonal menu filled with local ingredients. The Penny has some exceptional views of the Black Mountains and the Malvern hills from the beer garden (with children's pl
We booked on a Saturday evening. The Inn is in a great location and lovely inside. There were four of us and we ordered drinks at the bar when we entered. One of these drinks was a cup of tea. We were shown to our table and assured that the cup of tea would be brought along.We ordered our meals and waited. The tea wasn't brought over by the time I had finished my pint. I had to go to the bar and request it. The original barman that we placed the order with was apologetic and said it had slipped his mind. The tea was brought over soon after.Whilst we were waiting for our food to be brought to us, another gentleman from behind the bar came over with some bread and olives. He said these were complimentary because our food order was taking longer than should be expected. (We thought this was a nice touch.)Our food was served to us a little while later. All four meals were delicious. Whilst bringing us our food, the waitress asked if we required any sauces. We did and she said she'd bring them over. She didn't! We ate the meals without the promised sauces.So, in summary, the food is just great but little touches of service could be improved.We would all definitely return!Hello, thank you for your review, sorry about the service it is now improved. Have a great weekend.
4 based on 327 reviews
Severn and Wye Smokery is an award-winning artisan and family-run business situated on the picturesque banks of the River Severn. We produce and supply world renowned smoked and fresh products to various high-class establishments, such as, Selfridges, Har
Worth mentioning that we have eaten here several times and regularly buy not small amounts from their fresh fish counter.As always, service from all of their staff is professional and some are friendly.The Fish and Chips ordered by 4 of our party were very tasty as expected. The turbot with chicken butter sauce and spring onions sounded an unusual flavour combination but I thought would give it a try as previous turbot dishes had been great; however, despite being advertised as roasted, the skin was quite slimy in texture, fish was bland and the pairing of the spring onions, sauce and corn was edible but an unfortunate combination at best. I'm afraid it looked odd and tasted the same.I would eat here again and continue to choose from the excellent fresh fish counter, but perhaps be more careful when ordering. I did give feedback to the staff but not really sure whether my comments went any further? It was a shame as celebrating my birthday and didn't enjoy my meal at all.Hello bonhomieUk,Thank you for your kind comments and constructive feedback which is very much appreciated. Please accept our apologies if the cooking of the turbot was not up to standard. I have spoken to the staff and unfortunately none of our front of house team fully appreciated your concerns on the day. Nevertheless we would welcome the opportunity to make amends. Please contact me personally ([email protected]) so I can make sure that your next visit is very special. Thank you.
4 based on 298 reviews
Eating out is invariably a special occasion, an opportunity to talk in a peaceful setting. One of the most famous tea parties was that of the Mad Hatter and this extract is apropos Mad Hatter: What's the matter my dear, don't you care for tea? Alice Kings
If you want to try a very Victorian tea afternoon experience you need to visit this place the food, the attention, the ambience it's fantastic so English!! I really love it!!
5 based on 116 reviews
The Tea room is a very popular addition to the garden centre, it has been constructed in stylish up-cycled, industrial retro design, using individual pieces to create a unique space for customers too enjoy their refreshments. Luke Newson owns and operates
Dropped in on the way back from the Forest of Dean. Went to the cafe and it was packed as there was something going on in the garden centre. We got a table and ordered a ploughman's each It was substantial, tasty ham, a hunk of cheese, salad, apple and delicious chutney, The only criticism was that the foccaccia was quite dry. The staff were delightful and very friendly. It was extremely nice
4 based on 213 reviews
We popped in for some lunch after doing a delivery next door.Lovely old Pub, no kids running around screaming, just the sound of adults in quiet conversation.Ordered a Ham Sandwich, lovely chrusty bread, thick beautiful Ham, crest of Salad and Chips for Â£6:50, thoroughly enjoyable way to spend our break.
4 based on 312 reviews
The Red Hart Inn is a traditional country pub located on the edge of the Forest of Dean. We are dog friendly & family friendly with a large beer garden & play area. We serve local home cooked food & even rear our own pigs. We are in the good beer guide,se
Fancied a change so travelled out to Blaisdon. Well worth the trip. Had lovely Chicken and steak cooked on the barbie served with bombay potato, salad and naan.Delicious fresh food and great atmosphere
4 based on 501 reviews
An award-winning 17th century Country Inn and Restaurant with an exceptionally warm welcome, home from home atmosphere and remarkably delicious food. Set in a stunning countryside location, our family run Inn features open fires, an oak beamed restaurant,
The pub was lovely and old very clean staff very helpfull and polite. The food was amazing good prices as well for what you got. If your looking for a lovely meal with 2 or more people go its well worth it.Hi Caroline, Thank you so much for choosing to dine at The Farmers Boy and for leaving such a fantastic review. Everyone is so nice for having the best guests and we've figured how to make each guest happy. We're always right here to help you with whatever you need. Looking forward to your next visit. CheersFarmers Boy Team
4 based on 227 reviews
We are a family-run tearoom focusing on using good quality local produce. We serve breakfasts, home-cooked lunches, light snacks & our highly regarded home-baked cakes and scones, enjoyed on their own warm from the oven, with clotted cream & jam, or as pa
Stopped here for a cream tea on our walk. Wonderfully friendly greeting for us and our dogs from both human and canine owners. Lovely atmosphere, fantastic cream tea and excellent service. Everything including help getting back to our campsite exceeded our expectations. Not to be missed!
Good food with reasonable prices. Fish and chip takeaway based in the beautiful forest of dean. Phone orders welcome Card payments over Â£5 accepted
This place has recently been took over and the food has dramatically improve and lots of I never use to eat from here but now it's my local chippy againGlad you enjoy it, thank you
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