The Bellhouse is a 15th Century listed building steeped in history and charm. We boast a beautiful patio area for alfresco dining and drinking, with a comfortable and relaxing restaurant and bar.
We offer a traditional British menu, using fresh locally sourced produce, resulting in quality dishes & good value.
We welcome families and children to the Bellhouse; with a children's menu that has a variety of dishes to choose from, keeping even the fussiest of children happy!
On a Sunday why not enjoy one of 3 traditional roast dinners, with all the trimmings. Our Sunday Menu is set at £13.95 -two courses or £16.95 -three courses! Our children's menu is two courses -£8.95
At our bar we offer a wide range of alcoholic beverages, including Moretti larger and Aspalls Cider on draught, and not to forget our range of Real Ales including IPA and John Smiths, and two, weekly guests ales, that have included Old Speckled Hen, Adnams Broasdside and Abbott Ale to name but a few.
LUNCH MENU-TUESDAY-SATURDAY 12PM-3PM EVENING MENU- WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY 5PM-9.30PM - FRIDAY & SATURDAY 5PM-10.00PM SUNDAY SET MENU-12PM-8PM BAR MENU - MONDAY- SUNDAY 12PM-9.00PM
I have just come from one of the most disappointing meals I have ever had. I went with a group of work colleagues (10 people) to the bellhouse for the set menu. I thought at £13 for a two course and £17 for a 3 course I woud be getting a reasonable meal. Sadly I was wrong. If you like to pay for food to be served on posh plates but not fill you up or taste good at all then this may be the place for you but I do not call a small overcooked piece of plaice on a bed of butter soaked new potatos "fine dining" the rip off of it all was the £2 extra you had to pay for the vegetable selection which consisted of a few carrot slices and a bit of curly kale in a serving bowl cooked poorly I might add. My friend had the lamb which she described as overcooked and leathery. She complained but was not offered any replacement. The starter of crayfish tails cosisted of a handfull of crayfish served on a cheap supermarket style salad with a bog standard caesar style dressing. poor, very poor. The staff were polite but young with little or no interaction other than to bring food. I didnt have a desert but some of our party did. Avoid the brownies, as all you get is two very small triangles of toast thick hard brownies. We had to send ours back. Total rip off. I will never go back again and I will advise everyone I know to avoid. Sorry Bellhouse, beautiful place shame the food lets you down.
Reviewed 16-Nov-2011 by jemmibelle (1)
Value for Money:
I recently had a meal at the newly refurbished Bellhouse, and was very impressed with the whole experience!
The restaurant and bar now look lovely and the patio area is great for a drink in the summer.
Staff were very professional but also friendly, and the menu was fab. Lots of choice and a specials menu also! Although the prices have gone up (a little) from the old Bellhouse menu, I must say it is well worth it and hardly noticeable on the overall bill!
Had a great night, think I have found my new favourite place!