Review Summary

8.3 based on 3 reviews
  • Food

  • Value

  • Ambiance

  • Service

    The service, food and ambience was very nice, however the bottle of Proseco we ordered was not chilled and had to ask for an ice bucket. The only thing that really let it down was the state of the toilets. Really quiet unpleasant.

    We had a lovely meal, the wild Boar was well presented, and the meat had a good earthy flavour. The Apple Charlotte dessert was very sweet and just right after the rich meat.
    The Halibut was very good, served on a bed of peas. The other guests fillet steak which just melted in the mouth! We will return again, a very good night out.

    Lovely old building and good looking restaurant. Enjoyed the sunday roast, found the beef to very tender and the right amount of "redness" in the meat. Good price considering the quality and we enjoyed sitting in the bar with a coffee for an hour or so. Made to feel very welcome, would recommend

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  • Ranked #124 of 226
  • Avg. main course: £10
  • 0.18 miles from Ashbourne
  • British

We say…

Set just 100 yards from the market square in the beautiful town of Ashbourne is The Bridge restaurant. Formerly Just B Restaurant, The Bridge now resides in the beautiful old inn The Bridge and Courtyard on Dig Street offering a magnificent ding space to the rear of the venue. Following a few months of refurbishment bringing this fantastic building into the 21st century, The Bridge has been lovingly restored and given a contemporary edge.

As you would expect from a quality public house there is ample seating and intimate areas for that pre/post meal drink. The Bridge is well known for its culinary creations and is well deserved of its local awards. British classics "with a twist" dishes are aimed at the more discerning diner but The Bridge also welcomes family and business trade having a friendly atmosphere that is far from stuffy.

With open fires and a sun trap courtyard and garden area which can also be used for dinning in the right weather - The Bridge has it all.

If you have been wandering the peaks or passing through the historic Ashbourne, seek out The Bridge, a fantastic and beautiful restaurant that promises a real culinary treat.

last updated: 13 Oct 2017

last updated: 13 Oct 2017

last updated: 13 Oct 2017

last updated: 13 Oct 2017
33-35 Dig Street, Ashbourne, DE6 1GF
01335 342 844