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There has been a public house on the site of The Bowling Green dating back to 1520. The original building was destroyed in a major fire in 1741 that accounted for many of the buildings on Coventry Street. The current Bowling Green pub was rebuilt in 1750 by Thornley’s Brewery. It is famous as the starting point for the Lady Godiva annual commemorative procession on Spring Bank Holiday - a tradition that died out in the 1880’s. Francis Drake is reported to have played bowls at the pub in the days when it boasted a bowling green and tennis courts within its grounds. Southam is an old historic town developed on the Welsh Drovers cattle and sheep trail from Wales to the Midlands and London. Originally…
All reviews steak liver onion rings salad fish and chips pudding salmon potatoes restaurant manager the pub range of beers for lunch today car park lovely family brilliant service piping hot at lunchtime
I went here on Sunday 10th feb with my friends for a roast.
Oh wow what a lovely meal it was.
Loads of meat and veg, piping hot and very tasty. I had crumble with custard for pubbing which was also lovely.
Would defo go...More
Fantastic Christmas menu and every member of the party said how tender the turkey was and all piping hot
Was very very busy in the restaurant and the bar but service was impeccable
Excellent experience we will be back
We had booked Sunday lunch some time ago for my brother’s birthday. My brother coming from Oxford, my niece from Milton Keynes & the rest of us from Coventry. We wanted 2pm, but were told they could only do 2.30, which we were happy to...More
There is a range of meals at lunch time from sandwiches to cooked meals and pasta. The waitress was prompt and pleasant. It was good to see folks in the bar as well as the restaurant. It is very convenient on the main street. The...More
We arrived on a very busy Friday night and although booked the restaurant want packed.
Specials were to die for we had chicken skewers and the soup both great followed
By two steaks from a local supplier cooked to perfection and very tasty
Lovely Sunday roast dinner! Attended as a family of four and with my young nephew. The waitress was very accommodating of my nephew who was hungry and having a slight tantrum. Gave him colours and paper to keep him occupied. The roast dinner was so...More
We have tried elsewhere in the town and simply wont bother again
This was a great night, family event of 8 food was brilliant it was very busy and had a buzzing atmosphere where nothing was to much trouble
Speaking to the chef there meat...More