We stopped here for lunch on our last day in Broadway. What a good job we did! The chips are perfectly cooked and the fish is amazingly fresh.
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We had a wonderful beautifully presented meal in the restaurant but needed a room that was wheelchair accessible. Our room was on the ground floor but was difficult to get to. Unfortunately the room was not accessible, it was small with little room for the...More
Overall it was a good lunch experience. Service was exceptional, flavour was great. Good combination of lunch menu. BUT... One drawback, rather major for such establishment: the pan fried hake was all messed up, skin cracked and soggy, flesh appears to have fallen apart and...More
Importantly for us, Russells accepted the fact that we were backpackers hiking the Cotswolds way. They didn't care that we brought with us our backpacks or that we were wearing hiking clothes and hiking boots. The menu would be found interesting by foodies from all...More
We had a choice of front or back and was happy we choose the lighter back. There was nothing wrong with the front just darker. The service was excellent and food very filling. We ordered one to many side dishes. Cost was £120 with tip...More
The outside of the building is traditional old Cotswolds, but the interior is more modern. This is a suburb food restaurant. Both our starters were good, but the crab meat with gazpacho-like sauce was especially good. Our entries were delicious and very attractively plated. The...More
The British do a fantastic job butchering and undermining wine lists. As a wine lover it was very difficult to eat out in the UK. Russell's has put together a good little list. It is nicely priced as well.
Probably one of the nicest restaurants in Broadway. Excellent meal, but also not cheap (nor did we expect it to be though). Excellent service. Highly recommend if looking for a really nice meal.
Had a lovely night here in the end of June. The interior is nice and fresh, the service was excellent, as was the food. I had the set menu: Soup, Hake and Chocolate Bavaroise. All executed to the best standards, and consumed with relish.The restaurant...More
Obviously one of the best places to dine in the Cotswolds, and one of the most expensive. But the service was attentive, the food delicious, and the ambience a big step up from touristy. They were not too keen on sharing dishes, but sharing the...More