Find out what Bar restaurants to try in Tewkesbury. Tewkesbury (/ˈtjuːksb(ə)ri/ TEWKS-b(ə-)ree) is a town and civil parish in Gloucestershire, England. It stands at the confluence of the River Severn and the River Avon, and also minor tributaries the Swilgate and Carrant Brook. It gives its name to the Borough of Tewkesbury, of which the town is the second largest settlement. It lies in the far north of the county, forming part of the border with Worcestershire.
Things to do in Tewkesbury
4 based on 114 reviews
Our Lounge is a home from home, offering delicious food and drinks, all day, on your doorstep. We exist to bring people together and our unique atmosphere changes hour by hour with each new wave of customers. We are proud of our Lounge and its community a
Visiting Tewkesbury, I googled gluten-free and Rosados came up. Didn't know what to expect as this was my first visit. Really good gluten free menu - I had loads of choice (usually it's a quick decision when I eat out). I had the buttermilk crumbed chicken, homemade coleslaw and fries which was excellent, and arrived quickly. The atmosphere is very relaxed and nice to be in if you're on your own. Highly recommended, especially if you're GF, there's a wide range of food to try.Good Afternoon, Thank you for the lovely review! We are glad that you choose to visit us whilst in Tewkesbury, and enjoyed our gluten free options! We hope you visit us again next time your visit and try out a few more of our tasty selection! Thank you!Emma Rosado
4 based on 83 reviews
Hadn't been for a while but visited today. Eight of us were really impressed with the fantastic food, service and excellent management and staff. The choice of four meats was generous and the vegatable choice was really good. If you want your beef to melt in the mouth; then look no further
4 based on 67 reviews
We are a friendly local pub, based between Tewkesbury and Upton upon Severn. We serve great homemade food and brilliant locally sourced beer, cider, wine and other beverages! Come and visit now for a great country pub experience.
There was a group of us today out for a walk with our dogs. Mark recommended this pub to try. As soon as we walked through the door you feel a brilliant atmosphere. We where greeted by the owners and made to feel so welcome. This is a dog friendly pub but you need to respect where they are allowed. I think this is very important as not all people like dogs. The pub was very clean and tidy. The food and service was brilliant.They catered for everybodies taste, and the vegitarian choice was better than most pubs we have been to This is one pub which i would give 150% vote.We are returning very shortly and will be all the time.
4 based on 104 reviews
About a dozen of us visited the Village Inn in Twyning after a riverside walk.Beautifully situated on the edge of the village green we were looking forward to a great lunch. Unfortunately for us the pub was heavily booked and we were relegated to the skittles ally.No probs. we had a good pub lunch at a reasonable price.Summer time this is a perfect location for dropping off the green. The pub itself looked a bit tired. I noted that they are having a "sausage and Cider" weekend in June. It should be good and I'll make the effort to be there.Not elegant dining but smashing pub grub
4 based on 511 reviews
Meeting with friends for evening meal, chill out and drinks on very comfy sofas in the bar area.Excellent service and good pub food in the restaurant, starters,mains and no room left for sweets.Overall experience was very enjoyable
4 based on 720 reviews
A restaurant with great views of the River Avon on three sides. Proud to sell Herfordshire Beef from our friends at David Dudley's on the menu complimented with an extensive award winning wine list and international beers. We have 2 coach spaces, terraced
Took my family there on Thursday,it was great yet again, staff are very friendly as always, the food is the best in the area, thatâs why we keep coming back, I recommend the smoked haddock starter and the lamb shank as a main, looking forward to the gin festival next week, best experience in Tewkesbury
4 based on 236 reviews
This 15th century building with it's 'Tudor' front is, architecturally, amazing and must rank as one of the most spectacular pubs in the UK. In the distant past, I have had some great meals in there and drunk some splendid beer!We had been visiting Gloucester and decided to call in to Tewkesbury to see the Abbey and to have a drink in the Berkeley Arms, a pub I haven't been in for, perhaps, 30 years!!! We went down the corridor and into the lounge. There was a guy busying himself behind the bar who ignored me. Eventually, to make some kind of conversation, I said that I hadn't been inside this pub for, perhaps, 30 years! He grunted and walked away! I went around into the front room and tried to engage him in conversation about the beer. My partner joined me. She is very particular about the beer she drinks liking a dark, malty pint. We asked for a 'taster' and, with some reluctance he poured a tiny amount into a 'taster glass'. It was not to her taste and the barman/owner advice. He had no suggestions to make, showed no interest and just shrugged his shoulders.Living in France I am well used to the 'Gallic shrug' We left!What could have been an enjoyable experience was tarnished by the miserable being behind the bar. Why the miserable face? Why the reluctance to engage with us? Was it because my partner is black - I hope not! No wonder the place was empty!A big disappointment.
4 based on 93 reviews
Cosy country pub serving all home-cooked food, with monthly changing specials board. Not just your normal pub fare, we also serve all manner of International dishes.
Headed for this village following recommendation from a friend. Lovely village with several thatched cottages typical of the Cotswolds area. There is limited parking for the pub but considerate parking on the lane next to it is possible. There is a secluded garden out the back and many eclectic seating areas throughout the pub itself, where you can sit surrounded by many beams and old features including a large inglenook fireplace. The service was friendly and as all food was cooked to order one needs to slow down to enjoy the experience. The menu was varied from sandwiches to lunchtime options and a specials list for the evening. The puddings looked good including a cheese option with fruit cake, but we were too full having enjoyed a pre-starter of crispy potato peelings with tomato salsa. Our main courses were nice enough but we must return to try some other options and then review this pub again as I suspect we might increase our score from average.Thank you very much for your review and were very happy to hear you enjoyed your lunch with us. Why not come back in December if you can as we offer our specials at lunch time during the festive month. Otherwise we hope to see you again soon and thanks again for taking e time to post your review.
4 based on 618 reviews
Theoc House is an independently owned and managed Freehouse in the heart of the Medieval town of Tewkesbury. All food is cooked fresh. The menu includes Breakfast, Home-made burgers, Tapas, Greek and Mediterranean and seafood plus daily specials. They off
Came for the Wednesday night jazz club. Reserved a table for the three of us to dine to find it looking like an after-thought squeezed in by the outside (open) door. Had to wait for the menus to be printed. 2 courses for Â£12.50. Over-priced. Dreadfully poor prawn curry (Lidl's cheap frozen prawns drowned in a fiery chilli sauce) followed - 45 minutes later - by a passable apple crumble. 40 people in the room many of whom clearly have low expectations regarding quality of service and food. In fairness, we'd probably give this place another try if only to measure our experience this evening.
4 based on 608 reviews
A 16th century thatched building nestled in the heart of the Cotswold village of Alderton. Just a 10 minute drive from Cheltenham and off junction 9 of the M5 we are ideally situated for any dining occasion. Open from 9.30 am serving fresh coffee with a s
Would definitely give this place another visit. Nice setting, atmosphere and the staff are very attentive. Ordered the meatballs and pasta which were very tasty but unfortunately the pasta was cold by the time we started eating. Perhaps if the pasta were served in pasta bowls which were warmed first it might help? Not sure how long the pasta had been waiting but it had definitely been put onto cold plates. It was a real real shame as everything else was so lovely and, with regards what you are paying, you would hope it would be spot on. The pasta dish wasnt cheap. Did mention to our waitress. However, the desserts were great! Would definitely recommend the brownie (crumble was tasty but tricky to eat out of a mug). Really good puds. Will definitely give this place another try and tell family and friends about it. Worth it for the atmosphere and puds alone!Thank you for taking the time to leave us a review. We are glad to hear that you enjoyed the puddings and we are sorry that you felt the pasta was not hot enough for you. We hope to see you again soon!
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