The Roadmaker Inn
Chinese and East Asian
You can find The Roadmaker Inn tucked away between the towns of Ross-on-Wye and Newent, close to the M50. The chefs here specialise in traditional Nepalese cuisine made using locally sourced ingredients.
Gurkhas are a Nepalese military people renowned for their fearlessness. Now run by former Gurkhas, The Roadmaker Inn has taken inspiration from this rich culture to offer visitors an authentic taste of Nepal in the heart of the UK. The restaurant boasts ample seating for up to fifty people as well as an open kitchen where food is prepared before diners’ eyes. A cosy bar hosts a warming open fire, while the lounge provides a comfy seating area where you can catch up with friends over a drink.
The menu offers a variety of dishes – some undoubtedly familiar to diners, some completely new. The lunch offering is a blend of English and Nepalese cuisine, with fish and chips sitting comfortably alongside a warming Nepalese lamb dish and a spicy prawn curry.
Evening meals include a range of starters, including the popular Gurkha special, which comprises prawns, lamb sekuwa, chicken wings and chicken tikka. Main meals range from mild to very hot and include curry house favourites – opt for a chicken korma if you’re looking for a creamy curry or, if you’re feeling brave, plump for a spicy yet flavoursome vindaloo.