Prince of Wales

Prince of Wales

Pubs and Bars with Restaurants

0.5 miles
Ham Hill, Stoke-Sub-Hamdon , TA14 6RW
Set atop the magnificent Iron Age hill fort of Ham Hill, The Prince of Wales is a very popular pub both with passing tourists and locals. This warm and welcoming pub lays claim to a restaurant, snug, chapel with vaulted beamed ceiling and lovely garden complete with bar and stage. Boasting a large, varied menu, the restaurant caters for every appetite and even provides snacks for four-legged friends.

I decided to start my meal with a vibrant warm chicken salad, which teased my tastebuds with its delicious smoky flavour and suitably crispy greens. My companion enjoyed a fresh, locally made Scotch egg before opting for the delightfully unconventional daily special of buffalo liver with bacon and mash - a dish he described as heavenly and filling. I, on the other hand, continued with a chilli lasagne served with a princely portion of garlic bread and wonderfully colourful salad. A list featuring the sources and suppliers for each meat served showed The Prince of Wales to be proud of the fare it serves, and rightly so. For dessert we devoured a hot chocolate brownie - a gooey melt-in-the-mouth sensation cooled with yet more chocolate, this time in ice cream form. A superb finish indeed. Open: M
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Open: Mon-Sun 8.30am 11pm Food Served: Mon-Thurs 9am-11am, noon-9pm; Fri 9am-11am, noon-10pm; Sat 9.30am-11am, noon- 10pm; Sun 9.30am-11am, noon-8pm
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