Eat in Bromyard

Where to eat in Bromyard and surrounds

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Live and Let Live

Bringsty Common, Bringsty, Worcestershire, WR6 5UW


 

The Live and Let Live on Bringsty Common. At last the Live is now open and has been put back to being a Pub again after 11 years of closure.

The present owner Sue Dovey, has finished renovating the Pub after a long 4 years of waiting for planning and legal matters to get sorted. Food is served in the 'Thatch' restaurant, serving good wholesome food using local produce wherever possible. The menu will reflect the season in which it is being served, it will be based on the tradition and character of the pub offering an exceptional variety of dishes. The restaurant uses a set menu but does offer specials which you can find on blackboards downstairs.There are also a quality choice of wines to compliment the menu and for the beer drinkers a choice of real ales. Sue is looking to re-kindle the activities and interest that the pub enjoyed in its former days, both within the local community and beyond.

This 300 year old ex-cider house certainly does have a lot to offer.

   The Plough

The Plough Inn, Stoke Lacy, Bromyard, Herefordshire, HR7 4RG


 

The Plough Inn has the cosy warm atmosphere of a traditional old world inn with beamed ceilings, an open log fire and an assortment of brass ware. The inn offers a wide range of good home cooked food and traditional ales. There is both a restaurant and bar menu available. We are proud to use local suppliers wherever possible to ensure the good quality of our food. Tuesday - Friday, 11.30am - 2.30pm & 6.30pm - 12.00am, Saturday 11.30am - 3.00pm & 6.30pm - 12.00am, Sunday 12.00pm - 3.00pm & 7.00pm - 10.30pm, Closed on Mondays

   Fishermans Arms

Docklow Pools, Docklow, Leominster, Herefordshire.HR6 0RU


 

The bar serves a host of fine wines, spirits and beers at very reasonable prices. Beers include Carling, John Smiths, Worthington, Guinness,Budweiser, Grolsch, Ansells Mild, Rosey cider, Bulmers, Kingstone press and Wye Valley real ales.

The restaurant boasts delicious food cooked to perfection using only local fresh products.They offer traditional country meals such as game terrine, cottage pie and liver casserole to more traditional cod and chips, all the cuts of steak you could ever want, mixed grills and some of lifes treats like roast duck,sweet and sour chicken or moules mariniere.

Now serving Carvery on a Sunday lunch:Sunday 12 noon till 2:30pm £8.95. Food available each evening, although bar snacks only Sunday and Monday evenings only.

Docklow Pools is possibly the oldest fishery in the country, starting trading day ticket fishing since 1972. The lakes are general coarse fishing, stocked with carp up to 20lbs, tench, roach, rudd, barbel, chub, perch, bream and the odd eel. Day tickets are able to fish the: Mickey Mouse,Moby Dick,Figure of Eight. Day Tickets prices are £6 per day including VAT for one single rod. For two rods its £9 per day. These prices apply to day tickets purchased from our Tackle shop.

   The Talbot

Knightwick, Worcester WR6 5PH


 

Run by the Clift family for over twenty six years, The Talbot is managed by Annie. There is a strong emphasis on organic and locally produced ingredients, (with the exception of fish delivered from Cornwall and Wales)and traditional,seasonal and sometimes ancient recipes,re-worked with an imaginative flair and real emphasis on wholesome flavour.

 

In a peaceful setting on the River Teme in Worcestershire. Enjoy a drink and a bar snack in the lounge, or for a more tranquil atmosphere, enjoy a meal in our restaurant. When the sun is shining, drinks and food can also be enjoyed in the garden or on the patio.

 

The Talbot is situated on the bank of The Teme; this stretch of the river is famous for chub, barbel, roach, perch and even the occasional pike.There is access to the river directly from the car park, or just over the footbridge there is a stretch of approximately 1 mile, where the water flows through the fields and over the weir, under the wood and on through the meadow, this is an ideal place to spend the day, moving from one shady pool to the next. All visitors to The Talbot are welcome to purchase day permits at £6.00 per person to fish these waters

   The Royal Oak

The Royal Oak, Bromyard Downs, Norton, Herefordshire. HR7 4QP


 

The Royal Oak is a traditional Tudor-built Freehouse and the only surviving Pub on Bromyard Downs - An area of around 260 acres with some beautiful walks and stunning scenery; all overlooking the quaint, market town of Bromyard.

The traditional bar is the perfect place to relax with friends and family for a post walk pint or a hearty lunch. With daily newspapers, pool, darts board and jukebox there is something for everyone. Our menu is extensive and ranges from bar snacks through to steaks and salads. Choose to eat in the bar, the bay fronted lounge bar or al fresco on the patio - there's a spot to suit everyone.

 Three Horseshoes Little Cowarne,Bromyard,Herefordshire HR7 4RQ
  wheretoeatbromyardthreehorseshoes The Three Horseshoes Inn is mentioned in a local history book as being a tavern in 1841 run by a blacksmith called John Turnbill, his family continued to keep the inn until 1910, combining Innkeeping with a Blacksmith shop where the end of the restaurant is now.

We use local suppliers for our meats, particularly game which is brought in by gamekeepers, including pheasant, partridge, rabbit, venison, and pideon when in season. Local fisherman bring in trout all other fish comes from M & J Seafoods & Birmingham Fish Market. We buy locally produced eggs, potatoes & vegetables. Growing herbs and tomatoes and salads ourselves during the summer.

Our style of cooking is simple country food, using fresh ingredients. We make all our own Chutneys, pickles & jams – pickled damsons and spiced pears being favourites with ploughmans lunches for which we use some local cheeses. One dish which is not local but has become a speciality is Cataplana the Portuguese fish stew which we have eaten on holiday and loved. We brought the special cooking dishes back with us, and produce as near as we can the flavour of the Algarve. We were highly commended in the Flavours of Herefordshire Awards 2008.