The Trooper Inn & Restaurant

The Trooper Inn & Restaurant

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0.5 miles
Watling Street, Wall, Nr. Lichfield, WS14 0AN
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The Trooper Inn can be found resting peacefully on a hillside, overlooking the historical ancient Roman site of Letocetum. Due to the inn's lofty location, customers are fortunate enough to be able to take in expansive views of Sutton Coldfield, the cathedral city of Lichfield and nearby Shenstone as they enjoy all the facilities this pub has to offer. This famous little gem was put back on the gastro map by two local businessmen, who purchased the property back in April 2010. Following an extensive refurbishment, the building was restored and transformed into the popular venue that it is today.

The bar boasts two large open fireplaces which give off a homely, comfortable feel to those spending time in this area. Being a free house, The Trooper offers a choice of four real ales, along with a fine selection of wines and spirits. The cosy restaurant area can seat 50 diners and has a decor that is both modern and rustic.

The Trooper's menu is full of produce that is sourced locally wherever possible. The kitchen has created a wonderfully diverse new menu, which offers an expansive blend of dishes to suit all tastes. Why not tantalise your tastebuds with the home-cured bresaola, served with creamed horseradish and Parmasan salad? Also, the grill section offers what is purported to be the most tender and succulent steak in the world - the wagyu kobe steak, which at £55 is excellent value and a rare treat in the Midlands. Other alternatives range from red snapper smothered in jerk spices, or as a lighter option choose the fresh prawn, spring greens and chilli with capellini pasta. The dessert section is full of homemade classics, ranging from sticky toffee pudding with clotted cream and butterscotch sauce, to classic tiramisu served with a coffee Kahlóa foam. Sunday lunch is of the traditional variety, and very popular, so be sure to book well in advance.

The Trooper Inn is blessed with being in the most ideal of locations; this factor that has been capitalised on by the new owners, who have created a lovely environment in which to dine and drink. Make the ascent and you'll wonder why you never visited The Trooper Inn before.
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Open: Mon- Sun noon-11.30pm; Restaurant: Mon-Weds noon-9.15pm; Thurs-Sat noon-9.45pm; Sun noon-7pm

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