The Bridgewater Arms is a Whitbread family restaurant that operates under the Table Table chain belonging to the Premier Inn Stable. The Pub is set in a quaint location on Harmer Hill and serves a varied menu of classic pub dishes.
The restaurant has a cosy interior or on a warm summer evening there is a spacious outdoor area to enjoy.
Monday to Saturday: 12:00 noon to 11:00 pm
Sunday: 12:00 noon to 10:30 pm
Favorite Dish: 8oz Sirloin Steak – £13.49
Banoffee Sundae - £3.99
Lager Shandy - £2.85
Address: Wem Road, Harmer Hill SY4 3DS
Directions: The Bridgewater Arms is part of the Premier Inn Hotel, located 17 miles from the centre of Shrewsbury
Phone: +44 (0) 1939 290377
The coffee house is located in the medieval part of the town centre with the Bear Steps themselves dating back to at least the 14th century. The café produces freshly roasted coffee that is sourced direct and also sells cakes and light lunches, it must be lovely to sit outside in the quiet and under the shade of the trees in the summer.
Sunday to Saturday: 9:00 am to 9:00 pm
Favorite Dish: Coffee and Chocolate Fudge Cake
Address: 12 St Alkmonds Square, Shrewsbury SY1 1UH
Directions: The Coffee House is located in the far corner of Saint Alkmunds Churchyard in the town centre.
Phone: +44 (0) 1743 244355
The Carluccio's in Shrewsbury is situated on the Town Square, It has a nice restaurant layout but sadly not much of a shop as the produce is spread out around the restaurant and behind diners. The food as always was lovely
Address: 14 The Square, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY1 1LN
Phone: 01743 366 040
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This traditional English pub near the river is a nice place to stop off for some refreshment when in Shrewsbury. We tried some of the local real ale which was more than overdue after walking around the town. The interior of the pub is very oldy-worldy, low timbered ceilings and wooden tables being order of the day. The only giveaway that you are in the 21st century is the plasma TV in the corner.
The walls are adorned with pictures of the pub and one in particular took our interest; a picture of the pub exterior under water on an occasion when the River Severn had broken its banks. As the pub is on the slope of a hill, we were quite surprised at how far up the flood water had risen!
Favorite Dish: We didn't eat here. We just had a couple of half-pints of ale before moving on. The menu looked tempting though. Especially the burgers.
Address: 48 Mardol, Shrewsbury
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This is a great place to grab lunch, whether you are vegetarian or not. The food is healthy, but tasty and in good sized portions. Best to come early, though, if you want to get the pick of the dishes. The favourites are usually all gone by the end of the lunchtime rush.
Address: 73C Barracks Passage, Wyle Cop, Shrewsbury
Directions: Barracks Passage is narrow and easily missed. Walk down the High Street towards English bridge and keep a look out for it on your right.Add to your Trip Planner
In a city like Shrewsbury it is nice to enjoy an evening in an establishment that embraces its historical atmosphere. The Armoury, located in an old building overlooking the river, has a warm and pleasant atmosphere that draws on the brick and wood of the building. The high ceilinged room is flanked on several sides by large bookcases, the floors have old oriental carpets, and the oak tables are reminiscent of older days. Most of the patrons seemed to be locals, and the place was fairly crowded for a weeknight - good signs in the hospitality business.
We were happy with the variety of items on the menu, as well as the beers and wines available.
If we come back the Shrewsbury, we will come here again.
Address: Victoria Quay
Phone: +44 (0)1743 340525
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