The Fleet Inn, Twyning – Review by HungryOwlOn June 22, 2017 by HungryOwl
This is a lovely rural pub 25 miles outside of Worcester in the village of Twyning.
There are two car parks – so plenty of room for everyone. The front car park is over hung with trees, so if you are worried about sticky stuff from the leaves the rear car park is for you.
When I visited with my friend on Saturday lunchtime it was bright sunshine, so we decided to sit outside of the terrace. The views across the Avon and fields is delightful and the busy in M5 in the distance, could be seen, but not be heard.
The menu is slightly confusing with certain food having to be ordered at the shed on the terrace and others items at the bar. The order was for 2 pints of Thatchers at £3.95 each, Ham and Cheese baguette (£5.50) and a Chicken, Chorizo and Brie salad (£12.95). Both food items came from the terrace shed.
The baguette looked lovely and was definitely filled with ample cheese and there was a small side salad. My salad was served on a chopping board. It was a good portion and even though I had asked for no cucumber there was loads on the salad ;-( Also the chorizo was in massive chunks and was raw with great big chunks of raw fat. Due to it being raw it also lacked flavor.
I would say the burgers and battered fish that were coming out of the inside kitchen looked fabulous.\I will be going back at some point but next time will ensure the food comes from the internal kitchen.
We were also naughty and ordered hot chocolate brownie with ice cream – which was simply divine.
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