The Enterprise is a wonderful watering hole, which dates back to the Victorian period and captivates those who visit with its blend of original features, home-cooked fare and appealing atmosphere. The pub’s quirky yet elegant interior of ceramic tiles, wooden floorboards and glimmering mirrors set against the radiating glow of the hanging lamps paints an alluring picture.
The welcoming ambience draws in hordes of appreciative regulars who stop by for a tipple and a bite to eat. Guests can take their chosen beverage to the beer garden and soak up the rays in summer or cosy up under the beaming lights when winter hits.
Wholesome, homemade English and Continental dishes appear on the lunch menu, and come evening, the menu is a combination of mezze and tapas – the perfect accompaniment to the selection of beer, Cask Marque-accredited real ale and cider on offer. Carefully selecting produce from suppliers the team knows and trusts, such as McKanna Meats and Hardels Fruiterers, is evident in dishes like merguez sausages with fried onion, and the Enterprise burger topped with crispy bacon and mature Cheddar.
After stepping through its doors, there’s no doubt you’ll be back to rekindle your foodie affair with The Enterprise.