RESTAURANTS, PUBS AND LOCAL FOOD

The Harp Inn, Old Radnor

The Harp Inn, Old Radnor

Old Radnor and the local area

The Harp Inn – the local pub in Old Radnor with marvellous views

The Stagg in Titley  – we are extremely lucky to be only 7 miles away from the  Stagg Inn at Titley.  The Stagg is the Herefordshire Dining Pub of the year in the Good Pub Guide 2017

The Workhouse Cafe in Presteigne – great coffee, cakes and lunches – open during the day only Tues – Sat

The Duck’s Nest in Presteigne – open for  dinner Weds – Sun

Wine Bar at no. 46  –  wine shop and wine bar in Presteigne

The Tram in Eardisley – traditional pub with welcoming atmosphere

If you are a keen cook, we have great food shops in Presteigne:

Deli Tinto – High Street, Presteigne: specialising in fine food from Spain, Wales and the Marches including freshly-baked bread and croissants; olives; Spanish and Italian charcuterie and  British and Spanish cheeses

Salty Dog – outstanding fishmonger and greengrocer. Does great fish pies to take away if you would rather eat in but not cook

Carini’s butchers – locally sourced free range meat  and poultry, homemade pies and cooked meats

Alex Gooch Artisan Baker – Saturday morning stall on Broad Street. Multi award winning artisan baker

Rhos Organic Market Garden – Friday morning stall outside Assembly Rooms. Organic fruit and vegetables

Presteigne Farmer’s Market is held the first Saturday of the month at the Memorial Hall

There are convenience stores in town which are open until late.

The local takeaway in Presteigne is the Victoria Fish Bar for good fish and chips

Kington also has a good deli, George’s, a fishmonger and greengrocer, 2 butchers a large Co-op and a WI market on Friday mornings

 

Hay on Wye

St John’s Place – A chapel conversion, be sure to book ahead. Great modern cooking from a woman chef. The menu changes weekly, but expect dishes such as poached duck egg with asparagus, miso and sesame butter, or bream with leeks, smoked potatoes and horseradish. Open Thurs – Sat evenings only

Richard Booth’s Book Shop Café -lunchtime café in Hay on Wye

 

Ludlow

The Green Café – café which celebrates local seasonal ingredients and Slow Cooking down by Dinham bridge. Tues – Sun until 4.30pm. Michelin Guide Bib Gourmand 2016.

The Fish House – Ludlow’s oyster and shellfish bar

Ludlow Cicchetti – 10 Broad Street, a little bit of Venice in Shropshire – excellent coffee, antipasti, negronis and aperol spritz

Plenty of great food shops, butchers and Bentleys the wine merchant plus the Ludlow Food Centre which is just outside Ludlow.

 

Food Festivals

There are food festivals at Ludlow in May, Shobdon in June,  Brampton Bryan in July, Abergavenny and Ludlow in September, and Hereford in October.  Monkland cheese dairy and Dunkertons cider are also interesting places to visit.