The New Bell Inn

The New Bell Inn


0.5 miles
Outpart Eastward, Harwich, CO12 3EN

This quaint and historic pub is located in Outpart Eastward, near to the famous Electric Palace Cinema. It is an award-winning CAMRA bar and restaurant serving real ale and cider, predominantly sourced from independent East Anglia breweries.

The New Bell Inn serves a range of snacks, light bites and hearty mains, all at very attractive prices. Choose from starters such as the homemade soup of the day with a sprinkling of croutons, olives and feta with fresh doorstep bread, and breaded garlic mushrooms with sweet chilli dip and a salad garnish. Mains include chilli con carne with basmati rice and nachos, a half rack of barbecue ribs accompanied by chunky chips, coleslaw, bean salad and corn on the cob, and a sizeable hand-baked steak and kidney pudding with mashed potatoes, fresh seasonal vegetables and gravy.

Although the pub doesn’t serve evening meals, it offers a unique service in conjunction with local eateries, allowing guests to eat their takeaway food within the pub, and providing them with plates and cutlery.

The New Bell Inn has two outdoor seating areas, including a beautiful enclosed beer garden that’s perfect for sunny days. In the winter, the wood-burning stove adds to the cosy atmosphere.

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Opening Hours:
Mon:11am-3pm, 7pm-midnight
Tues:11am-3pm, 7pm-midnight
Weds:11am-3pm, 7pm-midnight
Thurs:11am-3pm, 7pm-midnight
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