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  • Ranked #276 of 505
  • 0.07 miles from Newark-on-Trent
  • British

We say…

The Prince Rupert Pub in Newark is tucked away on Stodman Street between the beautiful Newark castle and market square. In fact, The Prince Rupert is a real historical feature as it forms a must-see stop on Newark’s Civil War Trail.

The structure was originally built in 1452 but now has been converted into an enchanting pub still full of history but boasting a menu of fantastic dishes and a perfect line-up of real ales and fine wines. The building is still standing strong retaining much of its original timber frames even throughout the renovation work. The Prince Rupert Pub contains a conservatory buzzing with pup hubbub, 6 ornate dining rooms, a terraced beer garden, a beautifully decked out bar and a hidden venue upstairs which is available for private hire.

The menu is made up of usual pub food with a fine dining edge to give you the best culinary experience. Favourite dishes are The Rupert Fish Pie filled with cod, smoked haddock and tiger prawns all cooked in a creamy cider and tarragon sauce with a crispy potato topping then served with buttered greens and tartare sauce. Vegetarians are well catered for here with a variety of options such as The Hippy Burger, a burger made up of lightly pickled beetroots, creamy goats’ cheese with red and white quinoa served in a brioche bun with cucumber mayonnaise accompanied by sautéed lemon and thyme potatoes. Not only is the food popular but so are their events. They frequently hold popular open mic nights, live bands on Thursday and the not-to-be-missed beer festivals where all the ales have been picked (and tried-and-tested) by the experts.

If you enjoy and relaxed atmosphere, The Prince Rupert Pub in Newark is the place to be to enjoy quirky or traditional dishes! 

last updated: 15 Aug 2018
The Prince Rupert, 46 Stodman Street, Newark, NG24 1AW
01636 918121