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Lunch at The Wheatsheaf Coston Review 23rd March 2016




 Lunch at The Wheatsheaf Coston  Review
 
This lovely country pub is situated between Bath and Keynsham, the pub has a large car park. The gardens are in the midst of having lovely timber seating installed ready for Easter.

We were welcomed by landlady Niki Horwood, In the fireplace a lovely log fire was burning, each table decorated with fresh roses. The small lunch time menu consisted of soup of the day with crusty bread roll, Wiltshire Ham with free range eggs and hand cut chips, Loin of Atlantic Cod peas and hand cut chips, cheddar ploughman’s served with pickles and crusty bread and a selection of sandwiches.

The specials board offered Lasagne and Pork Chops.

Although a vegetarian option was not listed Niki also offers a vegetarian dish of nut roast with goats cheese.

The pub is built on Duchy of Cornwall land and Niki is hoping they will be able to supply a background to the pubs history.

We sat at a table near to the roaring log fire, my husband opted for the Wiltshire Ham eggs and chips which consisted of thick slices of succulent ham, 2 eggs and lovely crisp chips, I chose the Atlantic Loin of cod, a huge meaty white piece of fish cooked in the most mouth watering tasty and crispy batter I have ever had, it was absolutely delicious.

We finished off our meal with 2 latte coffee’s which made for a very enjoyable lunch. There is a campsite just down the road from the pub and what with the busy passing trade I feel sure that once the word gets out this pub will turn out to be a real favourite.
 
Whilst the Lunchtime menu is small there is a much more extensive evening menu and Sunday Roast are served on Sundays.

Carol Heal March 2016
 
Lunch at The Wheatsheaf Coston  Review 
 


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