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Mid-Wales Restaurants

The Bull's Head

  • British

Updated 06/04/2014

Fodor's Review

Just over the English border, this great little pub in the miniscule village of Craswall has satisfyingly old-world decor. The classic British cooking is excellent, and the lamb is so local there's a reasonable chance that the farmer's in the bar with you. You might find roast wild boar with junpier berries and chestnut on the daily menu, or perhaps roast lamb with morel sauce. There's just a hint of an Italian influence here and there too, for example in desserts such

as Amoretti spumoni, or a pudding (steamed cake) made with panettone. The pub is a 25-minute drive southeast of Hay-on-Wye; it's on an unnamed local road in the middle of Craswall—the village is so small you literally can't miss it.

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Craswall, HR2 0PN, England



Updated 06/04/2014


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