Top 10 Woolsery, United Kingdom foods
Discover the best food in Woolsery, United Kingdom including The Farmers Arms, Restaurant at The Hoops Inn, Merry Harriers, The Cottage Tea Rooms, The Bell Inn, New Inn, Harbour Restaurant, The Coach and Horses, Pattard Kitchen, The Bradworthy Inn
1. The Farmers Arms
4 based on 91 reviews
A cosy village pub in the countryside with two food options; traditional pub food served in our bars and modern British cuisine in our restaurant. All made fresh and seasonal. Local ales, cocktails and wine.
Reviewed By robinandwendy - Bideford, United Kingdom
Wonderful Sunday lunch
Went with the family for the sharing Sunday lunch which was delicious,great quality food cooked well and a good selection at an amazingly reasonable price.Our daughter was very impressed by her vege lunch which very interesting ,tasty and a great selection. The decor is brilliant and very contemporary including the garden area. The only thing we didn’t like were the large leather aprons that the staff were wearing , a bit over the top, not very flattering and I would think very hot especially during the summer months.We will definitely be returning to try out the lunch and supper menus very soon.
2. Restaurant at The Hoops Inn
4 based on 728 reviews
A beautiful ancient thatched Inn conveniently located on the A39 Atlantic Highway between Bideford and the tourist destination of Clovelly. The Hoops Inn serves traditional bar meals in both the pub and restaurant areas with am emphasis on fine, locally s
Reviewed By jamesdY3883YO - Newquay, United Kingdom
A great place to eat.
We were out on a drive and stopped for a pub lunch, wow, the food was excellent and the staff were very good. My wife had the Bass and it was excellent, me I had the Pork belly and oh YUM are the only words to say, REALLY , really good food.
3. Merry Harriers
4 based on 198 reviews
Reviewed By Josh J - South Wales, United Kingdom
Oh a very poor cream tea.- just how do you get that wrong? let me tell you.
By using nasty cheap food service tea, the nastiest and cheapest jam and stale scones. The scones were so stale they had clearly been reheated in the microwave but were dry and crumbly., they also had to much baking soda in them.The success of a cream tea depends upon simple but quality ingredients- namely good pot of tea,, clotted cream- they got this right it was Rhoddas, wonderful jam and fresh light and fluffy scones.I had a tourism professional with me who was visiting from the US and specializes in culinary travel- this was NOT a good experience and I was deeply embarrassed. Plus, charging 7 pounds a head is not appropriate.
4. The Cottage Tea Rooms
4 based on 204 reviews
Reviewed By SalisburyTourist - Salisbury, United Kingdom
We enjoyed a very pleasant lunch here freezing but with a lovely view from the little garden to the rear, with our gaggle of adults and children. There is a good selection of food, a kid's deal and all was delicious. The service was friendly and quick too.
5. The Bell Inn
4 based on 156 reviews
Reviewed By brainerd62 - Bideford, United Kingdom
A LITTLE DISAPPOINTED.....
I live locally, in a neighbouring village - this is the first time I've visited The Bell since it was recently re-built following a disastrous fire.Four of us had lunch there yesterday - my wife and one of our friends had lasagna & chips, whereas another friend and myself ordered the chicken curry, followed by ice cream for all four of us, all ordered from the main menu.On the plus side, the lasagna was reportedly very good, and the chips (triple fried, I think) were to die for - REALLY excellent (I know, I ate half my wife's..!). On the negative side, the chicken curry was a BIG disappointment - little flavour, virtually no "curry" heat, more like an overcooked chicken stew rather than a curry, with rice, a mild mango chutney, and one poppadom - no sambals or other accompaniments. Not very good value for around £10 (slightly less, possibly). I'm a curry fiend, having been brought up in Sri Lanka, plus spending many years living/working in Africa, and also I make curries and samosas myself on a regular basis, so I have more than a little experience..!!My other negative comment was the two scoops of ice cream for £4 - the scoops were shavings rather than scoops, so not much in the bowl, and compare most unfavourably with other well known local establishments. Not good value.There was another specials eating option, with a very limited selection (select from 2 mains and 2 sweets), offering 2 courses for just £7 - a nearby table had gone for this option, and it looked very good - certainly excellent value at that price. Maybe I'll go for that next time..!!Unfortunately, on the day of our meal, the establishment was minimally staffed (at short notice), so there was a reason behind the slow service.Having said all this, he Bell has a pleasant atmosphere, has been rebuilt to a good standard, and of course the toilets are immaculate (usually a good sign, I feel..!), and is clearly a popular watering hole with the locals.The owners have been through tough times over the past couple of years, and perhaps they need more time to get back up to speed..? The jury is out on this...e.& o.e.Thank you for your review, we take on board your comments, it was unfortunate that your visit was on that lunchtime when we where short staffed,due to sudden staff illness.The billing for your ice creams was a till/computer glitch which we have now rectified..We are happy to reimburse you the cost of a regular, small ice creams on your next visit.
6. New Inn
4 based on 144 reviews
Reviewed By CORNISHGIRLXX - Penzance, United Kingdom
Looked like a nice out door eating area - went in to order food asked twice about vegan options - jacket and beans was about all they could be bothered to offer and not in a very nice way - I ordered 2 coffees which were cheap instant - yuk - I have better coffee at home - and they were just pushed on the counter towardsMe - with cows milks dear o dear they lost a lunch order - we ate at the red lion instead - which cater very well for vegans. Our coffee comes direct from a machine unless it was decaf you had as the machine does not cater for decaf. We have a large menu variety along with all the allergen information in order to cater for everyone. We do use cows milk but we also have soya milk and almond milk available if people request.
7. Harbour Restaurant
3 based on 248 reviews
Reviewed By lindseyknight - Woking, United Kingdom
Dinner with friends
It wasn’t a brilliant experience. The starters took 75 minutes to appear, I only had three oysters which must have taken ages! While we were choosing wine a poor couple were standing in the doorway totally unacknowledged for at least five minutes. We should not have worried as they were served their mains before our starters. The mains weren’t much better. The skate was over cooked, the plaice wasn’t filleted and served with cold charred runner beans. The peppercorn sauce with steak had enough peppercorns for at least four portions. Puds were ok but the fig and ginger crumble was 1.5 figs warmed on top of a crushed ginger nut with some unremarkable ice cream. Wish I’d had The posset. It was part of my birthday celebrations, not goodThanks for leaving feedback, I have spoken to the kitchen team, I think you may have been part of a large table which is why the other peoples starters were served before yours. They also informed me that the runner beans were actually pickled rather than cooked so that is why they were cold. We are sorry that you didnt enjoy your meal with us.
8. The Coach and Horses
4 based on 262 reviews
The Coach & Horses Inn at Buckland Brewer in North Devon is set amongst the beautiful Devon countryside, with Exmoor on one side, Dartmoor the other and the lovely sandy beaches of the North Devon coast within a few minutes drive. The ideal location for a
Reviewed By K5509XSandyl - Shannon, Ireland
Beautiful Old Village Pub serving tasty meals and fine ales. Crazy low ceilings and beams, was everyone a midget back in the day ? ;)
9. Pattard Kitchen
5 based on 95 reviews
A small restaurant in a unique rural setting. A farm to fork concept with a modern edge. The ethos is of sustainability and conscientious sourcing. The restaurant is a beautifully converted milking parlour with a relaxed feel. service is not rushed and fo
Reviewed By AndrewHarrold - Nailsea, United Kingdom
Wedding Venue for up to 28 inside and with outdoor areas for hog roast , cottages next door to rent and a camping field
It’s not often in life that everything is perfect.It was on Saturday the 1st of September- for our son and new daughter in law’s superb innovative wedding meal followed by a larger wedding party with outdoor food and drink , marquee, live music,hay bale seating,games, parking, warm evening air, dark skies showing the creamy smear of the Milky Way, barn owls , bats plenty of accommodation on site including cottages (Pattard Farm) , on site camping field and other places to stay within walking distance in Hartland. 9We booked Bjorn’s restaurant for the night and he made meal and wine suggestions for the lucky 28 as well as organised the hog roast and buffet for the other 40 evening guests. All was perfect including the atmosphere on the day and the memories will last forever.
10. The Bradworthy Inn
4 based on 148 reviews
Reviewed By K8101ERannem
Good village pub
Enjoyed our second visit to this very welcoming pub for an evening meal whilst on holiday in the area. The staff are very warm and friendly and the food on both occasions was well cooked, hot and plentiful. On both evenings it was very interesting to see that there were many locals in, enjoying a drink and a get together with friends. The bar area and dining areas were both full and we noticed that there were other rooms that had “meetings/gatherings” of local organisations. There is a room (coffee shop) for meeting friends for coffee during the day and also a restaurant both of which we did not use or visit. So in all it is obviously the centre of the village being located in The Square. We won’t hesitate in returning in the future if we are in the area.