Looking for places to eat in Romsey ? Our friends at The Dog And Crook Braishfield have a new kids special available every Wednesday – Friday. You can get a 2 course kids meal and ice cream for only £7!!! That certainly takes the stress out of after school cooking. So what are you waiting for, get your tables booked in asap so you don’t miss out!
Or if you fancy a meal without the little ones, The Dog and Crook also offer 20% off of all meals every Monday – Wednesday throughout September (T&Cs Apply), following on the success from the Eat Out to Help Out scheme! Why not head over on a Wednesday and also take part in their Chase The Joker, and be in with a chance to win fab prizes.
Places To Eat In Romsey
The Dog and Crook Braishfield is a welcoming independent pub in the heart of Hampshire. The pub has wonderful accommodation and a great menu showcasing locally sourced ingredients from a plethora of regional suppliers.
With a fantastic selection Real Ales , Lagers & Ciders it really is the perfect place for eating out in Hampshire .
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Eating Out in Romsey – A Warm Welcome awaits you!
James & Kathryn are delighted to welcome you to their beautiful country Inn.
With a selection of locally sourced ales available, the pub lends itself to being recognised as a custodian for supporting regional producers within the Hampshire region both on the bar and within its menu’s.
The couple have always wanted to encourage a warm community spirit within the pub and you will be sure to be greeted by a welcoming team upon your arrival.
Nestled in the village of Brambridge, between Winchester and Southampton; with easy access to the M3 (junction 12), our emphasis is on friendly, professional service with a smile and time for a chat. James & Kathryn are proud to offer you a warm welcome along with home cooked food from the finest local suppliers in the county.
They offer a range of quality cask ales, lagers and a newly launched wine list from Twyford based Stone, Vine and Sun, along with ciders, spirits and soft drinks.
With ample car parking available, wheelchair access and baby changing.
The Dog and Crook are dog friendly with treats and water available.
During the warmer months a glass of wine or a pint of local ale can be enjoyed in our village pub garden or when the weather is not so good wine and dine on our covered decking area.
Great for sociable lunches, dinners or just for a drink or two!