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Rose & Crown is a popular restaurant among the locals in Warwick and it happens to be their much-loved watering hole. Also, be it a cozy lunch or even an elaborate dinner, Rose & Crown offers the perfect ambiance and some mouth-watering delicacies to dig in. The food served at Rose & Crown is delicious and it serves one of the best pub foods in town. Rose & Crown has also been awarded with national awards and it featured twice in the Top Ten UK Pubs. In the year 2004, Rose & Crown was judged as the Best Pub in the UK.
The owners of Tasca Dali have created a warm, romantic, inviting atmosphere in a very small space. Sit at the bar and enjoy a glass of fine wine, taking in the cozy ambiance. One look at their tapas menu, and you'll want to sample everything: pork cheeks with chorizo and beans, mini lamb burgers, Spanish cheeses, and delectable desserts are just a few of the items featured.
Thomas Oken Tea Rooms is ideally located in the ancient town of Warwick. Set against a beautiful Tudor palace wall, it was launched more than 500 years ago. Today, Thomas Oken Tea Rooms serves an array of hot and cold, always refreshing teas to rejuvenate your senses and calm your stressed souls. The environment and ambiance here remains quirky yet friendly and you get to sip on your favorite tea in a traditional setting and enjoy the delectable fare.
How would you like a free escort home after a hugely satisfying meal? Sounds unbelievable, but Robbie's offers just that; well, provided you're headed anywhere within a 10 mile radius of the establishment. Tucked into a 15th century building, the restaurant plays host to an ever-changing line of dishes, all unique creations of a single chef. The staff is cheerful and the chef moves around, greeting patrons. The a la carte menu has specialties, such as Braised Ham Hock and Pan-seared Duck Breast, while the Mango and Ginger Crème Brulée slides down with ease.
Nestled in the village of Gaydon, The Malt Shovel is your quintessential country pub sporting a warm atmosphere, real ales, and friendly service. The red brick facade invites you to step in and savor a hot meal of classic pub fare and seasonal three-course menus cooked with regional flair. Lamb shank braised with red wine and root vegetables, smoked haddock Welsh Rarebit, and ham, egg and chips are some of the earthy country-style eats you'll find here. Sip a pint of ale - they have four on tap - or enjoy a glass of wine with your meal. Located a stone's throw from the British Motor Museum, this pub promises you'll walk out well fed, with a smile on your face.