Burford is a lovely little town and this pub has a great cosy and welcoming atmosphere. We ate here twice during our visit to the cotswolds, once for dinner and once for sunday lunch. If you are planning to go for dinner on saturday night I would recommend booking as there aren't very many tables and it gets fairly busy.
My boyfriend and I shared some calamari to start and it was some of the best I've had (and I've had a lot). Very crispy and a great flavour. For mains I had the rib-eye steak, which was tasty and cooked medium and pink, how I asked for it. I would say £23.00 for the one dish was a bit on the expensive side, however it was the most expensive dish on the menu. My boyfriend had the pork belly which was also very nice, I would say the flavour of the mustard mash that accompanied it was a bit strong. If i can give you one bit of advice it would be to order the chocolate brownie and ice-cream for dessert. Beautifully warm and gooey, the brownie was a definite winner for me. Overall a nice dinner with a glass of wine and a soft drink for around £55.00.
Impressed with our dinner, we visited The Angel again for Sunday lunch the next day. My boyfriend had the roast lamb and I had the roast beef, both meats were very well cooked. The sides were excellent, crispy roast potatoes, glazed carrots and plenty of over veg. A really nice Yorkshire pudding too.
If i had to pick to go for either dinner or lunch, I would say the lunch just pipped it.
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