Discover Restaurants offering the best Pub food in Chipping Ongar, Ongar, including The Green Man & Courtyard, Bricklayers Arms, The Woodman, The King's Head, The Cock, Pub & Kitchen, The Leather Bottle, Queen's Head, Mulberry House Restaurant, The Forresters Arms, The Stag
3 based on 61 reviews
Country pub on the A128 Brentwood-Ongar Road, Ongar, Essex.
Regretfully not as good as last time, and that was only average. It was definitely chilly in the bar and there was no fire. We ordered two steak and kidney pudding with peas mash and gravy. These were delivered within 20 minutes and looked appetizing on the plate.However, the pastry was very hard and the filling was full of gristle and for Â£12.95 didn't represent value at all. On top of that, they didn't have any Colemans mustard.I have had better steak puddings in a greasy spoon for half the cost and only a few miles from The Stag. The service was good and the chef did apologise but I will not return.
4 based on 43 reviews
Having had an awful experience, in a nearby hotel, we and our dog were welcomed with open arms here. A pleasant, cosy traditional pub, lovely publican and good food. It was the new chefs first day so things were a little up in the air but we had a good, well prepared meal. We had a light lunch and tea and returned in the evening for a meal. With our tale of woe we were invited to return the next day to show off the dog we had come to collect. We were even given complementary morning coffee. I was almost in tears after our earlier hotel rejection and Karen, her husband and staff made us so welcome. Thank you to everyone. If we ever come back for another Rumanian dog we'll asking if you do rooms.
4 based on 106 reviews
Set in 22 acres of beautiful grounds, Mulberry House offers 22 en-suite bedrooms, an small boutique restaurant and varied event spaces. Sample delicious cuisine in the Mulberry Restaurant overlooking the beautiful lake or dine outdoors during the summer m
As a diagnosed coeliac i don't often bother with afternoon teas.But a friend booked her birthday celebration at Mulberry House,so I planned to go along. I informed them of my dietary requirements & confirmed the day before. I didn't expect too much as,elsewhere,I've just been served with whatever was available from a supermarkets' free from range of cakes.So,I was delighted to be served,without the usual 20 questions,with my own cake stand of gluten free sandwiches & delicious,proper fancy gluten free cakes,that looked as beautiful as everyone else's! A great success for Mulberry House staff and-almost-more than I could eat!!
4 based on 241 reviews
My partner bought me here as a spontaneous lunch date treat and my gosh we fell in love. He ordered the steak sandwich and it was just perfection! I enjoyed a pimms and a cheese and pickle as we sat on the river watching the ducks! Amazing location and I cannot stop thinking about the chips made in truffle oil. Absolutely unreal.. cannot wait to return. We also love that the talented chef owns the place! Fab story behind this establishment .. hats off to you! X
4 based on 91 reviews
Gastropub, serving fresh homemade food, created by our team of talented young chefs and serving real ales, lagers, wines and spirits. Set in the picturesque historic village of Blackmore. In the Essex countryside between Brentwood and Ongar.
Nice dinner with family. Great service. Good selection of food and drinks. Friendly and helpful staff. Thank you Harry. Your review is really appreciated. Please come again soon to give us a chance of earning that extra star
4 based on 54 reviews
Jack and his team are privileged to welcome you to The Cock, Pub & Kitchen The Cock is the oldest alehouse in the town and is said to be an Ongar landmark since 1580. However the earliest evidence is in 1766 when it was purchased from Richard Bennett. The
We visited for a belated birthday celebration for me. We have never visited before and are new to the area. I did read the most recent TripAdvisor reviews. I was not aware that the majority of the restaurant is situated upstairs and was quite concerned that my father who has had a heart operation and finds it difficult to make it up stairs at the moment had to climb quite a few - I should have maybe asked but it didn't occur to me until we were faced with it. There were not many seats downstairs so he didn't want a fuss made but it would have been nice to know. The service was attentive although fairly slow between courses we were not in a hurry so it didn't really matter. My partner is allergic to nuts and we did discover after his first mouth full of the hummus starter that there were nuts in it. The starter was changed without charge or fuss but it would have been good to have something flagged up on the menu to warn him and no one asked us whether there was anyone with any allergies - quite surprising in this day and age. The starters were very good I had the prawn starter with chilli. The main menu took a while but as mentioned before we were not in a hurry. The main course which was the Sunday menu was a bit variable - my partner had the beef which was sinewy my dad and his wife were not overly impressed with the pork either - it was okay but not brilliant. I had the chicken and although it was very filling the gravy was not brilliant. All in all a bit of an average experience hence the rating.
3 based on 405 reviews
Established in 1679 as a coaching inn, The King's Head in Chipping Ongar is the oldest brick-fronted building on Chipping Ongar High Street. Named after King James II, who is believed to have stayed here during his reign, this Grade II listed building is
We took my Mum to the Kings Head for lunch as our son was over visiting from abroad. We hadn't booked but arrived around 12:30pm and luckily there was availability for a table. The staff were all very friendly, there was a specials menu and the normal everyday menu with a good choice of food. Three of us had the soup and one had the scotch egg for starters, then we chose the gnocchi, chicken caesar salad and fish and chips for our mains. The food was absolutely delicious, couldn't fault it at all. There was a nice atmosphere in the restaurant and what with the excellent service and good food we spent a very nice couple of hours in there. The restaurant started to fill up and was fairly busy for a Wednesday lunchtime, which shows it is popular. We would definitely go to the Kings Head again the next time we are in Ongar.Hello MrsSandraL,Thank you for the review! We're glad you had such a pleasant experience with us. We look forward to potentially seeing you again next time you're in Ongar.Kind Regards,Donal
4 based on 301 reviews
Four of us visited last week for our monthly get together. This is a really picturesque pub in a beautiful setting surrounded by a lovely garden a ample car parks.The pub interior is great, mind the beam! The service was just right being friendly , welcoming and efficient. The food was something else.Two of our group ordered salmon and remarked that it was the probably best salmon dish they had ever been served.The beetroot tart got full marks from our vegetarian member. I had Hunters chicken that had been prepared in a turine and also got full marks from me.
5 based on 75 reviews
We are a family run pub for over 44 years. You can enjoy a warm welcome, delicious homemade food, quality cask ales & fine wine and spirits. We have some great local walks surrounding the pub and people often use us as a base and return for some lunch & r
Excellent family & dog friendly pub.Always friendly & engaging staff.Be it for a quiet drink, a good night out with friends or a quiet meal with the family - it always fits the bill.Superb venue to watch sport - always a great atmosphere.
4 based on 264 reviews
The Green Man is a real gem of a pub in the English countryside, situated in the ancient village of Toot Hill, Essex. Owned and run by parters Lee Wright & Tracey Watts and managed by Nikolaus Greig. Having recently taken over the running of The Green Man
We are so happy that this establishment has been taken over by Mr Lumpti. He is the owner chef, a very humble friendly guy. He is an excellent chef, my wife had an exceptional Dover Sole and I had a superb Roast beef. Brenda, our waitress looked after us really well, she remembered us from two years ago when we were regulars. We have no hesitation in recommending this venue for Sunday lunch and we look forward to trying the weekday offering.
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