Review Summary

9.3 based on 3 reviews
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  • Value

  • Ambiance

  • Service

    Outstanding food and service. Highly recommend.

    It was lovely and the staff were really good.

    went out for a lunch at the wollaston inn and was looked after superbly. the chef managed to even keep my mother happy. she is very fussy and asked for her main to be altered in a few ways. not a problem for the kitchen it seemed. even she was delighted with her meal and she is a very stern critic!! highly enjoyable experience which certainly won us over.

Mon:
12pm-11pm (last orders 9pm)
Tue:
12pm-11pm (last orders 9pm)
Wed:
12pm-11pm (last orders 9pm)
Thu:
12pm-11pm (last orders 9pm)
Fri:
12pm-Midnight (last orders 9pm)
Sat:
12pm-Midnight (last orders 9pm)
Sun:
12pm-11pm (last orders 9pm)
  • Ranked #62 of 107
  • Avg. main course: £9
  • 3.5 miles from Wellingborough
  • British

We say…

The Wollaston Inn is located in the centre of the village of Wollaston just off the A509 on London Road, ten minutes South of Wellingborough. Housed within the Inn is an excellent restaurant that has rapidly gained a reputation for serving exceptional food.

Formerly known as The Nags Head, a formidable venue that was the epitome of new music during the late 60’s and early 70’s, The Wollaston Inn is making a comeback. As a venue that the likes of Rod Stewart and The Faces, Edwin Starr, U2, Status Quo played at back in the day, this venue has a rich and exciting history. John Peel even had a Friday night DJ slot and could be seen hand-stamping guests as they entered. In order to honour the heritage of this Rock Royalty venue, owner Paul Holmes is re-establishing The Wollaston Inn as a supporter of up and coming bands by hosting live music nights in their function room that has been graced by icons such as the Sex Pistols.

As well as boasting an impressive past, The Wollaston Inn has an impressive present; a comfortable and relaxed restaurant that serves high-quality, freshly prepared food for very reasonable prices. The menu offers diners classic British cuisine that cannot be rivalled in flavour or attention to detail. You can expect to enjoy dishes such as slow braised lamb shank in a rosemary and red wine reduction on a bed of creamy mash and fresh vegetables, the heart-warming rustic pie; a classic hot pot pie topped with a puff pastry lid with new or mashed potatoes and fresh vegetables, and succulent 12oz ribeye steaks cooked to your liking on a hot griddled and served with chunky chips or creamy mash with mushrooms and a side salad. The menus are updated regularly to offer diners the very freshest produce and seasonal flavours. Serving, lunch, dinner and a spectacular Sunday roast, The Wollaston Inn is perfect for all of your dining needs.

The Wollaston Inn in Wollaston, Northamptonshire, is an exceptional venue with a pedigree rock and roll past that is evident in every aspect. If you are looking for a restaurant that offers an education in music as well as hearty, British food, look no further than The Wollaston Inn.

87 London Road, Wollaston, NN29 7QS
01933 666 473