The Swan has got to be the best looking half timbered building in Bridgnorth. The bulging walls and wonky roof just add to the character of the building. It hails from the mid 17th Century where it served as a Coaching Inn. Nowadays it is a great place to pop in for a drink or something to eat. We called in for something to eat during a weekday lunchtime. There is an extensive menu and also a specials board to choose from. I opted for the steak and ale pie off the specials board. The pie was served with chips, peas and gravy. I was really impressed by the standard of the food, my meal was delicious, tender meat in the pie and delicious gravy. The service here was prompt and staff were friendly and helpful. I would definitely eat here again and would recommend to others.
Some claim eh? But trust me, I have eaten in Indian restaurants the length and breadth of Britian and I'm yet to find one that serves such good food consistently well. The Eurasia has been here for years (certainly over 30) and in a town where there are at least 6 other Indian restaurants to choose from the Eurasia stands far above them on every point. The only drawback is the price is more expensive that the competition but truly worth it.
Favorite Dish: I like to have 2 side dishes of shabji baji (dry mixed vegetable curry) and a mattar paneer (cheese and peas) instead of a main dish and a garlic and coriander naan bread.