The Bull at Barton-le-Clay is full of character. Built in 1694 and a listed building, it has become a community hub. The team at The Bull proudly serves delicious food and a great range of drinks including a regularly rotating selection of guest ale.
Homemade cuisine is served all day, every day in the welcoming bar and restaurant areas. Complemented by soft background music and a roaring open fire on chilly days, The Bull is a place to linger with friends and family. Perhaps begin your meal with calamari or breaded garlic mushrooms, or baked Camembert to share. The mains highlight local produce, with tempting options including lamb shank atop a bed of mash, steak and kidney pudding with roasted vegetables, and pork chops accompanied by green beans, mash and apple sauce. The Bull is family-friendly, with little diners catered for with a dedicated children’s menu. Finish your weekend in style at this homely pub, and pop by for the Sunday carvery. It comprises a choice of three hand-carved meats, served with crispy roasties, swede and carrot mash, a medley of seasonal vegetables, stuffing and homemade Yorkshire puddings. Understandably, the carvery is very popular so booking is advised. On Sunday, The Bull also hosts live acoustic acts in the evening in the main bar.
The Barton Suite function room is where private parties are hosted. It can be hired exclusively and has a built-in sound system, as well as access to the garden and children’s play area. It is also animal-friendly.
For those wishing to extend their stay, The Bull has bed-and-breakfast facilities, which include family and en-suite rooms. Each boasts free Wi-Fi, a fl atscreen television with Freeview and tea- and coffee-making facilities. Ample parking means guests needn’t travel far with their suitcases.
Next time you find yourself in Barton-le-Clay, looking for a delicious meal, why not give The Bull a try? I’m sure it’ll be your first visit of many.