My wife and I ate hear on two nights. This premises is in the main street and advertised on the frontage as a European/ Mediterranean restaurant. From Monday to Thursday there was a multiple choice three course menu for £10.95., which was tasty and excellent value.
Favorite Dish: Several to highlight including the sweets. Favourites probably were Prawn and Mango Salad starter and fried Goat's Cheese with Cumberland sauce main course.
Lydia (daughter) used to work here a couple of nights a week before she went to university. This pub should (I think) be in the CAMRA Good Pub Guide as they have 3 real ales for sale as well as the more fashionable lagers. They always have an Enville ale for sale, plus 2 other guest ales. This is what is rapidly becoming a lost, if not, an old-fashioned unmodernised pub, long may it remain so.
Favorite Dish: Thursday is Curry night, and Friday is a Fish night. On Sunday there is a carvery. We went on Thursday and I had Grey Mullet. You can eat in the bar or in a non-smoking restaurant area upstairs. Price per person below includes some drinks with the meal.
The Bridge Inn is a typical UK pub serving 'real' beer. Generally there are 2 draught guest beers on tap at any one time. Miles (my son) tells me that The Bridge is the 2nd oldest pub in the town. It serves a typically English Sunday carvery meal, which is home cooked on the premises. It's not a very formal restaurant and diners do not sit for long lazy meals as on the continent
Recently it has changed ownership to a national multiple.