The Admiral Rodney
Nestled in the town of Southwell, The Admiral Rodney tastefully combines the traditional and the modern, with a traditional pub and a separate, recently refurbished restaurant. Perfect for nights out and large meals, as well as private events such as weddings, wakes and birthdays, the restaurant is versatile and inviting. The team at The Admiral Rodney offers a flavour of good old-fashioned hospitality.
The pub’s menu showcases an array of traditional British fare. The selection of wraps and baguettes is ideal for a lunch or snack, with fillings that include Lincolnshire sausage and onion, tomato and mozzarella, and mixed beans with feta and mint. If you fancy a more indulgent lunch, choose two courses for just £13.95. Begin with deep-fried whitebait or soup of the day, before sampling the glazed ham and eggs, slow-cooked beef chilli, or vegetarian sausages and mash. In the evening, split a sharer with your party: The Admiral’s platter comprises salt and pepper squid, whitebait, scampi and fish goujons. The restaurant menu offers the likes of Moroccan tagine, teriyaki duck salad, and sumptuous boeuf Bourguignon, as well as a number of traditional options presented with modern flair. Alternatively, choose one of the restaurant’s famous burgers – the bacon and blue is mouth-wateringly good – or opt for a hearty steak and ale pie. Other pub classics range from succulent hunter’s chicken to crispy beer-battered fish and chips.