Best British restaurants nearby. Discover the best British food in St. Neots. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for British restaurants near you.. St Neots (/sənt ˈniːəts/ sənt NEE-əts) is a town and civil parish in the non-metropolitan county of Cambridgeshire, England, within the historic county of Huntingdonshire, next to the Bedfordshire county border. It lies on the banks of the River Great Ouse in the Huntingdonshire District, 15 miles (24 km) west of Cambridge and 50 miles (80 km) north of central London. St Neots is the largest town in Cambridgeshire with a population of approximately 40,000 in 2014. The town is named after the Cornish monk Saint Neot, whose bones were subject to translation from the hamlet of St Neot on Bodmin Moor on consecration of the Priory of St Neots circa 980.
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4 based on 51 reviews
Had a delicious homemade chicken and mushroom pie with loads of veg. And a lovely chocolate milkshake. My partner had the veggie breakfast and loved it as well. Great big portions for cheap. Don't get enough of these greasy spoon types any more. Friendly service as well.
4 based on 60 reviews
The Royal Oak is a beautiful and welcoming 17-Century thatched pub at the heart of the Cambridgeshire village of Hail Weston. We offer a wide range of drinks, a regularly changing lunch and evening menu, childrenâs meals and Sunday roasts. All food cooked
Nice looking pub. Staff very ordinary and food very average. Waited 15 minutes for a menu and when finally got to the front of the queue at the bar I ordered two childrenâs fish an chips. Barman said this was not on the menu. Pointed out breaded cod an chips! Our ploughmanâs came without cutlery or plates. What kind of a place is this! Avoid.Hi DavidWe're delighted you liked the look of The Royal Oak - it was something of a labour of love by the entire village to get the place refurbed and reopened two years ago. We are sorry though that you were kept waiting for a menu although these are always available from the table in the corner of the bar as well so that people can pick one up and browse at their leisure too. We don't usually bring plates with the ploughman's as it is on a large board and people tend to prefer to use this for sharing. However, we are always happy to bring these for people if they say they would prefer them. We are very proud of our team and I know they will be disappointed to know you weren't delighted with your experience.
4 based on 331 reviews
We visited the tea rooms at lunch time and found the food good but a little expensive for the portion size. The service , however, was good and the staff polite. The tables in the downstairs area are very close together and it is difficult to get around them.
4 based on 69 reviews
The Eight Bells is a traditional 18th century country pub situated in the small picturesque village of Abbotsley, Cambridgeshire. Come and join us for a mouth-watering gourmet meal, prepared by our award winning chef. Sit back and enjoy a classic cask ale
Having seen great reviews we booked for Motherâs Day lunch and we were not disappointed. We all had roast and we all couldnât move afterwards. Very generous portions of meat, the veg was perfectly cooked but the highlight was the gravy. Honestly the gravy was divine. Huge portions, leaving no room for dessert. One of the best Roasts we have had out. Service was great too.
4 based on 67 reviews
Called in today for a small lunch and I asked the waitress if we could share the soup and sandwich deal as I only wanted a couple of sandwiches. This wasnât a problem and what we got was delicious!! The staff were very friendly and helpful and the flowers outside were amazing!!Glad you enjoyed your lunch, we always like to accommodate. Thanks for great review
4 based on 145 reviews
An independent village pub and restaurant focusing on great British food combined with an Asian twist. Relaxed atmosphere and good selection of wine. Please note we close in the afternoon between 3pm and 6pm and do not serve food on a Sunday evening. Newl
First time we have eaten here since the new operators took over. Great friendly welcome from the staff. Good menu, plus a sensible specials menu. We started with lobster tail with aioli, and girolles, both excellent. Main courses were top cap steak, and chicken with beetroot gnocchi filled with goats cheese - all from the specials menu. Well presented dishes and all perfectly cooked - what more can you ask of a restaurant ? Highly recommend.
4 based on 106 reviews
We are a village pub that has been recently taken over as of 1st April 2018. The owners are Andy and Carol Dennis and the Manager is Rachael Martin. The pub is serving food Wednesday to Sunday. We are very keen to support the village and make the pub the
A warm friendly welcome greets you on arrival.We served swiftly and friendly, and shown quickly to our table where our drinks soon followed.We visited for sunday lunch, with usual sunday lunch fayre available , along with a seperate sunday menu for the kids.Orders were timely taken and drinks refilled before we had a chance to request it!The meals were decent portions, well cooked and extremely tasty.The suites were amazing so we all tried each others!Overall it was a fantastic tasty meal in nice surroundings, at a reasonable price.We would highly recommend and plan to return againThat's a fantastic review. Thank you very much. I am very proud of what we do and the food we put out. Thank you and look forward to seeing you again.
4 based on 334 reviews
A modern, stylish Cafe, Bistro, Tapas & Cocktail Bar focused on fantastic customer service and quality food that is warm, welcoming and comfortable. Based in the lovely market town of St Neots Bohemia is a buzzing, vibrant cafe & bistro in the heart of th
We booked for the evening Tapas. This was my first time here, but had heard really good things about the place. I have a lot of food allergies and was a little concerned what I would be able to eat. Unfortunately for me there wasn't a huge amount I could eat (not the fault of the restaurant) but what I did have was amazing. The owner was very good at finding me the things I could eat and made the experience so much better. My friends had no restrictions and their food was amazing too. The owner was very friendly and welcoming. We stayed for cocktails after the meal too. The whole place has such a lovely atmosphere. Would definitely recommend. Booking well in advance is recommended though.
4 based on 512 reviews
Set in the picturesque village of Offord D'Arcy between St Neots and Godmanchester, The Horseshoe successfully combines an old village pub and a gourmet restaurant. Known locally as The 'Shoe, the Grade 2 listed 395-year old period building has been exten
We were passing through on our way back from a weekend in Norfolk. Beautiful Sunday carvery -beef was best Iâve tasted for a while. Starter of pea and mint soup also very good. No room for dessert but others looked lovely. Many thanks for taking the time to endorse us. Much appreciated.
4 based on 239 reviews
This used to be my favourite tea shop in St Neots and I met up here with friends quite a lot. However the last two visits have been rather disappointing food wise and I haven't been back for awhile.The cake selection was much more limited and the Victoria sponge I chose had a lot of synthetic tasting cream which I scraped out and left.Last visit I chose scones but the jam was merely red and I couldn't detect a flavour and the scones have shrunk to a tiny mouthful size. This may be perfect for a morsel between meals but could you not also offer a full size scone for those who want one. It was the same great ambience and service but the food is letting it down ,which is after all part of the treat.
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