Discover the best restaurant in Cheddar, United Kingdom (UK) including Riverside Inn, Franks Restaurant, Rodney Stoke Inn, The Dining Room at The Oak House, The Gardeners Arms, The Lamb, Simply Gorgeous Tea Room, The New Inn, Lion Rock Tea Rooms, Edelweiss
Things to do in Cheddar
4 based on 519 reviews
Situated at the base of Cheddar Gorge, (Britain's largest inland gorge) The Riverside Inn offers a large, family friendly pub with something for everyone.The pub itself can be split into 5 areas. 1 Lounge Bar, 2 Sports Bar, 3 Restaurant, 4 Garden and 5 Kids Play Area.Our sports bar (With Sky Sports) has 3 televisions independently operated allowing for maximum sports coverage, along with Seating for 40 plus ample standing room, with food served all day. We also provide a Dart Board when live events aren't on. For when sport isn't on we use our jukebox system linked to both internal and external speakers to add a little life to the evening. The lounge bar offers a contrasting atmosphere to the lively active sports bar with food available and Seating for 35+. Sink into one of our leather sofas or take a seat at one of the tables, just be sure to relax, then sit back and enjoy. We offer a range of daily papers for your convenience as-well as a selection of local media to take with you. Just through from our lounge bar is our Restaurant and Conservatory. Capable of Seating 90 our Restaurant offers views of the gorge and surrounding hills, as-well as a look at the river Yeo as it runs on by. In the restaurant we offer table service. The restaurant is also available for full or part hire. Ideal for use as a function room for dining parties, whatever your need, we will always do our utmost to accommodate. Sadly, at this time, we have to mention we are not licensed for weddings, however we are always more than happy to help with the reception.Bookings can be taken for the restaurant internally by phone or email. Round the back of the pub is the Garden and Kids Play area. With Seating for 180+ outside there's plenty of room to enjoy yourselves. The river Yeo is situated at the back of the garden over our very own little river. Behind the sports bar is our patio area with heat lights, covered smoking area and music available. Our non smoking decked area is also covered with heat lights for those with children or those wishing to avoid smoking areas. As with inside, food is served all day but for outside you will need to order at the bar. Tabs available with card details.Here at The Riverside Inn we serve food from 8am for breakfast right through till 9:30 for the late diners too. From all of us here at The Riverside Inn we hope to see or hear from you soon
have used this pub a few times for a drink, and its bearable when not busy, but forget it for food
they seemed completely incapable of providing for the 6 or 7 tables of people on a friday lunchtime
it took 45 minutes for some massively over salted chicken tenders to arrive as a starter, with the garlic mayo completely forgotten, then another 30 minutes for the two mains too arrive, and hey who doesnt like chicken with pink bits still showing?
at least i avoided the lamb shank, the poor people who had waited an eternity had the worst cooked things ive ever seen, half of it looked raw
another table complained about the wait and were offered free drinks, we werent
then when we left, no goodbye, no thank you, no acknowledgement at all, the barman just turned away and headed to the kitchen without a word
an embarrassment to the culinary options and local produce of the area
4.5 based on 112 reviews
Franks Restaurant offers fine dining in a relaxed atmosphere. All food is cooked to order so customers with food allergies can be catered for easily with just a phone call. We have a fantastic wine list to compliment our meals to suit all tastes.
Visited again last night and as usual received excellent friendly service from sue.
Franks Food as always was excellent using local in season produce.
We chose the special figs stuffed with Brie for starters - delicious.
Sirloin steaks for main - succulent and no steak knife required.
Decided to share crepes for dessert as couldn't manage one each.
Thank you frank and sue again for your hospitality.
See you soon
4 based on 332 reviews
Been here many times before but don`t think we`ll be returning. The staff took a bit of time to take our drink order and then a long time to bring the two drinks. Then it took ages for food order to arrive, even though there was nearly as many staff as customers. Food was ok though nothing special. We were going to have a coffee after dinner but none of the waitresses even looked our way they were just stood around the bar chatting....didn`t even clear the plates. Very disappointed.
4.5 based on 181 reviews
Went for dinner on a Wednesday. Had to send the soup back as it was cold. My steak was hard, dry and overcooked. The worst I have ever been served. i think the waitress knew as she kept asking me in everything was ok. After the soup I was to embarrassed to complain again. After a long journey just wanted to eat up and get out. What a waste of £22.00 on a steak. They say you can tell how good a chef is by the way they can cook a steak. If thats the case this one needs to go back to school. Could do better myself and thats really saying something. Shame as it looked a nice place
4.5 based on 299 reviews
Restaurant and traditional pub 300 yards from Cheddar Gorge in the old backstreets of Cheddar with an excellant reputation for good food. Most of the dishes are homemade using ingredients and produce sourced locally. The varied menu includes fish and game dishes. The restaurant area has recently been refurbished.
We were very lucky to stay here in our motorhome via Britstops and we received an incredibly warm, friendly welcome. All of us, children and dog included were really well looked after. The food was just AMAZING!!! Fantastic home cooked food, everything made from scratch and huge portions. Excellent value for money and we are planning our next trip to go back already!
4 based on 289 reviews
Old fashioned coaching inn dating from 1480, with the expected smattering of traditional beams, fireplaces, and traditional accoutrements. The Lamb is the focal point of the town, situated in the heart of the square, and opposite the famous King John’s Hunting Lodge.
When we visited it was busy for a weekday which is always a good sign,especially as many appeared to be local to the area.
Free parking nearby,though check the length allowed.the Square is only 1 hour parking, but there's a free car park 50/100 yards away opposite in Moorland Street
They have a good selection of beers and ciders.
Reasonable sized eating areas,the menu offers a lot of choice with many old favourites as well as burgers/grills,ploughman's & sandwiches. Vegetarian options as well as gluten free options.
Service was friendly and efficient & we all enjoyed the choices we made,all were well cooked and presented.Although the burgers came on a serviette on a board which made difficult to use a knife & fork,which is why I only gave 4 for food (I guess I may have been expected to pick up the burger,but it was so well filled (not complaining) I had trouble using my hands so resorted to the 'eating irons').
When in the area I would definitely eat there again.
4 based on 100 reviews
The main reason we went to Cheddar was for breakfast after a weekend in Weston, we weren't disappointed! Cannot recommend it enough and we would travel here again just for the delicious food and friendly service, not to mention value for money.
4.5 based on 376 reviews
Family friendly pub serving good quality home made food all day, large garden, dogs welcome, cask mark beers, featured in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide for the past 5 years.
We fly frequently from Bristol Airport. Tried several places over time but tried the New Inn and it beats anywhere else to eat on the A38 hands down. Just a shame it’s a little far to travel from Exeter or we’d eat there a lot more! Will be a regular stop every time now.
The food has been consistently first class, the staff fantastic - welcoming, friendly and professional.
Well done folks, you have it right,see you soon
4.5 based on 697 reviews
The ONLY award winning Tea Room in Cheddar Gorge. We are the oldest Tea Room in Cheddar, trading for over 100 years. All our food is made on the premises in our 5star hygiene rated kitchen. We cater for all dietary needs, including Gluten Free, Vegetarian and Vegan.
Visited here on a Groupon Breakfast deal. Very nice well cooked breakfast - quality ingredients and almost "healthy" in that there was little if any cooking oil on the food or plate! Coffee or tea was included too. Service also excellent especially as we needed a fairly quick meal due to a need to visit Bristol same morning.
On a cold and damp spring morning in a village packed with tea rooms it wasn't surprising to find this place was so busy.
Well done Lion Rock!
4.5 based on 239 reviews
Edelweiss is a popular and long established family run cafe serving breakfasts, home-cooked meals, light bites, teas and real barista made coffees. The menu consists of fresh, seasonal and locally sourced produce and is all homemade. It is open seven days a week until late lunchtimes, increasing to 5pm during the summer. Very all-inclusive: Wheelchair, Children, Dog, and Gluten-free friendly
Nice little cafe with friendly staff
It’s like walking into your grandparents house ...
Staff were helpful and friendly .. bringing a pot of tea and some cake quickly to our table ( cake wasn’t very fresh!)
If your in Cheddar you may want to give this place a try - it’s on par with the many other cafes we’d say
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