The Black Lion
In the quaint village of High Roding sits The Black Lion. The pub has occupied this spot since the 14th century, initially as a coaching inn. Today, it retains its historic charm while providing all of the modern luxuries you could want from a village pub. The food menus have a seasonal touch and comprise traditional pub fare, freshly prepared on-site. Opt for battered fish with thick, moreish chips, or plump for steak, cooked to your preference, served with crispy onion rings and seasonal veg. On Sundays, tuck into a roast dinner served with all the trimmings. Round off your meal with a selection of homemade desserts, served with custard, a selection of ice cream, or fresh cream. Alternatively, choose the cheeseboard, piled high with a selection of carefully chosen cheese, crackers and chutney. The pub also serves a variety of beverages, including a changing selection of guest ales, alongside lagers and ciders. There’s a large garden to enjoy the sun in, while winters can be spent beside the open log fire. Whether young or old, part of a large party or after an intimate meal, all are welcome at The Black Lion.