A jolly good menu at quintessentially British country pub in Oxton
Ye Olde Bridge Inn is a charming gastropub in the small Nottinghamshire village of Oxton run by Paul, Lizzy and Hannah, aka The Stirlands.
This gorgeous period building and its well-kempt beer garden are long-standing and well-loved members of the local community, delighting locals and visitors alike with a homely food menu and an impressive selection of beers.
Plenty of eateries profess to put local ingredients at the heart of their menu these days, but it can sometimes be difficult to tell what comes from where. Well, if the proof is in the pudding, then Ye Olde Bridge Inn is a world-class dessert when it comes to
Colston Bassett Stilton, Mike Maloney’s Nottinghamshire sausage and Nottinghamshire gammon all make appearances on the menu which features British pub grub first and foremost with a 10-strong handmade pizza menu on the side.
What’s more, every dish ‘The Bridge’ comes gluten free - unless otherwise stated - making it a foolproof choice for group bookings. So, for a spot of fine English food at a classic country pub, pay Ye Olde Bridge Inn a visit next time you’re in the Oxton area.