The Brace of Pheasants

The Brace of Pheasants


0.5 miles
Plush, Nr. Dorchester , DT2 7RQ
Tucked away down one of the winding roads of this green and pleasant county, The Brace of Pheasants is a must for hungry Dorset-dwellers. Indeed, even those from further afield can stop awhile and enjoy all this lovely pub has to offer, thanks to its luxury en-suite guest accommodation. Found at the heart of the idyllic hamlet of Plush, The Brace of Pheasants is a local favourite, loved for its home-cooked British dishes and sociable atmosphere. Whether you're popping in for a quick pint, a chilled glass of wine or a three-course meal, you'll find that nothing is too much trouble for the obliging staff - they'll even give you tips on the best sights to see in the local area.

With rural Dorset right on the pub's doorstep, it's little surprise that the chefs here make full use of the rich, local larder. On the regularly changing menu you might find exciting starters such as roast-honey-and-lemon-glazed pigeon breasts with caramelised onions and mixed leaves, and exquisite mains like confit of duck leg with a citrus rhubarb sauce and potato rosti. To finish, perhaps indulge in decadent homemade warm chocolate and almond torte with clotted cream. The Brace of Pheasants is fully deserving of its Good Pub Guide 2015 Top 10 Country Pubs accolade, and has set the benchmark for top-class country dining
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Open: Mon-Sat noon-3pm (last orders 2.30pm), 7pm-11pm (last orders 9pm);Sun noon-3pm (last orders 2.30pm), 7pm-10.30pm (last orders 8.30pm)

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