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Lovely traditional pub with delicious grub.
We arrived at 6pm when service for the dinner menus begins and we’re the first to order. The kitchen staff were straight to it, making from fresh. Big portion sizes
We recommend the chicken jalfrezi curry & a side...of chips
A big thank you to the lovely young boy who served our food. He was a delight & friendlyMore
A really traditional pub that was beautifully decorated both outside and inside for Christmas. We received a warm welcome on arrival and were shown our table. The Restaurant was being run by one, very efficient guy, who was the only person taking orders and looking...after guests. Staters were really good, Prawn & Crayfish Cocktails. My Partner's Salmon, he said, for a main, was delicious. I chose the Classic Sudeley Chicken Tender chicken marinated in garlic, herbs & cream, simmered in cider & served with new potatoes. This was an interesting one, as the dish came in an oversized soup bowl and seemed to have an array of vegetables in it, that were not mentioned in the above description from the Menu. Brussel Spouts, Cauliflower, Aubergine, Carrots, Mange Tout maybe? To be honest I wasn't sure what I was eating and it seemed like all the leftover vegetables from the earlier Sunday Lunch had been thrown in the dish! Was it good? It truly did not match the description of the dish on the Menu, so from that perspective it was misrepresented. My expection of Classic Sudeley Chicken Tender chicken marinated in garlic, herbs & cream, simmered in cider & served with new potatoes was not met at all. I did ask for the potatoes to be swapped to chips, which did happen. However, there is no mention of the array of vegetables that were in the dish and therefore, it did not deliver. Overall though, this is a lovely venue, our waiter did an incredible job on his own and we would return, albeit, hopefully the dish description on the Menu will be more precise next time.More
We came across this for an afternoon drink and felt so welcome that we booked a table for later that evening. We were not disappointed!! We both had steak and it was cooked to perfection with lovely sides and generous portions. All the staff (and...the locals) were friendly and cheery. This is a hidden gem in Winchcombe and we would recommend it to anyone looking for a relaxing evening with good food to boot.More
Omg just returned home after staying in Cleeve hill over the weekend , had a visit to the castle on Sunday morning which we loved we had the pleasure of spending Sunday afternoon in this pub, from the moment we walked in and met by...Mark the barman we were blown away by this pub. We had 3 coarse Sunday lunch simply the Best Sunday lunch ever so tasty the beer was excellent and the staff so good at their jobs Mark even charged our phones behind bar , we will defo be back for more the pub was so welcoming and cosy we loved it made our weekend big thanks to everyone there it’s a must if your in the area well done all of you .More
Friday 17th September 2021, After visiting Hailes Abby & Church, we drove to the village of Winchcombe where we made a stop for dinner at ‘The Corner Cupboard Inn, a lovely country inn.
The restaurant was lovely and done out in rich reds and creams...and had stone feature walls which lent a kind of elegance to this large and lovely room.
On arrival my husband and I were given a very warm welcome and then we were seated at a nice table for two in the restaurant. The table had been laid out for dinner with white table napkins and silver cutlery on the table. We were given menus to look at and we made our choices from this interesting selection.
My husband and I shared bread and olives for our starter; it was just the right size to get our palates geared up for our main course. The breads came warm with creamy butter and the olives were succulent.
My husband for his main course had the beef stew which was served with warm bread and butter and was delicious; my husband said it was real ‘Comfort Food’. For my main course I had the mini fish, mushy peas and chunky chips served with tartar sauce (it was so big I was glad that I had not ordered the regular cod – it must have been whale size!!).
The batter was lovely and crisp and the fish was sublime. We washed all this lovely food down with two pints of ‘Hooky’ Ale for my husband and two large glasses of rose wine for me.
We spent a really nice relaxing two hours here at this cosy inn before we drove back home.More
We visited The Corner Cupboard on a very rainy Saturday. The pub is nice and cosy, perfect to escape the outside world. We were welcomed by a very attentive member of their team who couldn’t do enough for us. Food was great. Three of us...had scampi and chips. Traditional great pub food done really well. One of our party had Hoi Sin beef which we all had to have a taste of it looked so good. If we’re in Winchcombe again will certainly be back.More
We would like to compliment the bar man on duty when we were there this afternoon.
We don't know his name, but he told us he was into Japanese martial arts.
A very pleasant, polite guy, who was friendly and nothing seemed to phase him....Oops, I spilt my pint onto the floor, and after mopping up, he replenished what I spilt! What service!
Hope to go back before we return home from our week away.More
From when we arrived until we left,staff very welcoming without being over powering.
Food was excellent. We have been staying in the Cotswolds all week and this the Best meal we have had here. Will certainly eat here on our next trip.