The Cricketers

The Cricketers

Modern European

0.5 miles
Clavering, Nr. Saffron Walden, CB11 4QT
The Cricketers is a picture-perfect 16th-Century inn set in the rural village of Clavering. Proprietors Trevor and Sally Oliver arrived at The Cricketers in 1976, determined to earn a reputation for serving quality food; they have more than achieved their goal. Diners from across the country flock to sample their fantastic fare, and the inn has been bestowed with several awards and recommendations, including a four-star silver rating from the English Tourist Board.

The restaurant is unpretentious, rustic and full of character, with beamed ceilings and log fires. Head chef Justin Greig and his team use classic ingredients, such as pigeon, salmon, steak and lamb shank, to create inventive cuisine, and the wine list features a quality tipple to suit every meal. Trevor and Sally are committed to using fresh, local and organic produce, and their son (well-known chef Jamie Oliver) supplies seasonal vegetables, herbs and leaves from his certified organic garden nearby.

The specials board lists dishes featuring fresh fish from the market, and menus change depending on the produce available. The beauty of eating at The Cricketers is that, as only the freshest ingredients are used, you never quite know what might be on the menu. One thing you can be sure of is that each dish is infused with care and quality, just like the inn itself.
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