Reviews of Rattlebone Inn, Sherston
Review by Kate Hosier on 8th September, 2009
Add your review Date visited: September 09
thought I'd drop you a line about a favourite pub of ours. The Rattlebone Inn in Sherston is my idea of the perfect Cotswold country inn. We went last weekend and it did not disappoint! The flamboyant landlord makes you feel welcome and there's always a tempting menu on offer. I went for the goat's cheese which came with a rhubarb jam - a strange combination, but it worked, followed by Gloucester Old Spot Belly of Pork, in a delicious Scrumpy and mustard sauce (comfort-food at its best)! For dessert, I chose an orange crème brulee - which came with melt-in-the-mouth shortbread. I was reliably informed by the landlord. that the free range meat is all locally sourced and the puddings are all homemade. There seems to be a great local spirit at the pub and the annual Mangold Hurling competition has become quite an event! Definitely worth a visit - and not over-priced!
Date visited: September 09
Review by justin short on 13th May, 2008
Add your review Date visited: 12/05/2008
great atmosphere in this friendly pub - landlord with character and fantastic food. Also has 2 boules pitches and there was a village competition going on when I visited - looked really fun!
Date visited: 12/05/2008
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