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The Talbot
Knightwick
Worcestershire
WR6 5PH
(01886) 821235
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The Talbot  

The Talbot at Knightwick is a traditional coaching inn offering a warm welcome to enthusiasts of good food since the late 14th Century. Run by the Clift family for over twenty-two years, The Talbot is managed by two sisters, Annie and Wiz. There is a strong emphasis on organic and locally produced ingredients, (with the exception of fish delivered from Cornwall and Wales) and traditional, seasonal and sometimes ancient recipes, all re-worked with an imaginative flair and real emphasis on wholesome flavour.

The lounge bar is usually lively, where home produced ales are appreciated by locals and visitors alike whilst exchanging fishing tales, or warming cold toes before the huge open fires. The beers are all from the brewery out back - Teme Valley. All were well kept and tasted superb with the sparkler on. You can buy some to take home if you wish. There are no continental bottled beers, which is a shame.

Food is served here at every lunchtime (12-2) and evening (6:30-9pm). This ranges from bar meals like ploughmans and rolls to a restaurant menu. On Sundays there is a selection of traditional roast meals. Food is made from locally (5 mile radius) produced ingredients. Prices are not cheap though. There are also some restrictions regarding menus - see website for details.

The Talbot has a conference room which seats twenty-forty with all the usual equioment.

The Talbot uses produce from its own garden in the cooking. This is grown to high standards by a trained gardener.


 

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Teme Valley Beers. 


 

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Also try:

The Chandlery
Martley, Worcestershire
WR6 6QA, (01886) 888318
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