All is not as it seems at The Rose Inn; a seemingly traditional country pub from the outside, this family-run establishment houses an Indian restaurant, serving authentic Indian cuisine with a smile. So whether you’re propping up the bar with a refreshing pint or are seated in the tastefully decorated restaurant dining with company, you really do get the best of both worlds.
The restaurant’s vast menu provides the ideal opportunity to branch out from your usual order, with tempting specials like stir-fried delicacies, slow-cooked curries, biryanis and stews. Expect nothing but full, hearty flavours, expertly prepared by the in-house chefs. Mouth-watering starters include samosas, calamari puri and paneer tikka to name just a few. The selection of mains has something for everyone. Perhaps opt for the chicken makhani – a rich, buttery dish flavoured with fenugreek, perfectly balanced with a light drizzle of honey to finish. The impressive biryani dishes are always popular, packed full of tender slow-cooked meat cooked in layers of delicately spiced rice. Accompany your meal with a selection of traditional breads, and speciality vegetable or rice dishes and your Indian feast will be complete. There is yet more choice on offer thanks to the English menu – ideal for those that can’t handle the heat – featuring grilled sea bass, sticky barbecue chicken wings and classic fish and chips. For an evening of quality fare, exceptional service and wonderful ambience, The Rose Inn ticks every box.