The pleasant Boars Head offers everything sought after in a local pub. Visitors are encouraged to make themselves at home in one of the snug dining areas and admire the beautiful interior, which showcases the pub’s 19th-century heritage. You’ll find a varied menu of beautifully cooked and carefully presented dishes at this welcoming and unassuming venue.
Here, diners can choose from a wide range of traditional dishes such as steaks, chicken dishes, curries and other familiar classics. My companion and I shared starters of tender crispy chicken strips and a tangy cranberry tart made with soft Brie. Then, our hearty main courses arrived. The New Yorker came as a perfectly cooked chicken breast served in rich, smoky barbecue sauce, while the mushroom and spinach lasagne was wholesome with creamy, rich sauce and a generous cheese topping. We rounded off our meal with a hearty slice of cheesecake and a crunchy Belgian waffle that hit the spot. Sunday lunches are also hugely popular with locals and are available at £11 per head for two courses.
Whilst this CAMRA award-winning pub offers a vast selection of real ale, visitors can head to the newly refurbished conservatory to find the pristine coffee bar and sip luxurious lattes.
Ideal for an evening pint or afternoon tea and cake, the ambitious Boars Head is a special addition to the Pontyclun area.