Harden's survey result
“A beautiful selection of wines complement the cuisine” at Sue & Roger’s “converted pub in the middle of nowhere” (he is a well-known wine expert), but the “glorious” cooking is far from incidental and the whole set-up has a “lovely, very welcoming and friendly atmosphere”. Why Michelin decided to take their star away in October 2018 is anyone’s guess, but is not borne out to any extent by the “brilliant” rep it receives in our diners’ survey. Top Tip: “the food and wine pairing events, which showcase Roger’s skills with some standout pairings”.
“Sue and Roger Jones deliver amazing food” at their famous converted inn, set in the middle of nowhere, and “Roger’s creative pairings with the wine make for simply marvellous meals” (his cellar is famously well-stocked). Perhaps, though, “where it really has the edge is the pure enthusiasm of its staff: instead of feeling like an elitist gourmet restaurant, it feels like you are chatting with friends over an outstanding meal”.
“Sue & Roger Jones have created a stunning restaurant with some of the very best food in the country”, at this converted inn, located “in the middle of nowhere but well worth seeking out”. Roger is well-known for his knowledge of wine, which evidences itself in a “fabulous” and “unexpectedly wide range of excellent and well-priced wines”. All this plus “spot-on service”.
“I’m not sure how it is possible to pop so much flavour into every dish but Roger Jones does it every time!” at his and wife Sue’s “warmly welcoming foodie paradise in the middle of nowhere”. A rival attraction to the fine cuisine is the “amazing wine list, with fabulous bins from the New World in particular”.
The kitchen sources from the whole of the U.K. buying Day Boat fish from Cornwall and Devon, Diver Caught Scallops from Orkney, Live Lobsters from Little Haven, Live Crabs from Torbay, Wild Salmon from Scotland and Wales. Beef from pure bred Welsh Black as well as Shorthorn and Hereford. Lamb are from the West Wales coastline, Pork from Oxfordshire and Game from Yorkshire, Scotland and Wiltshire.
The Harrow at Little Bedwyn Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Excellent food but no atmospere"
Little Bedwyn, Marlborough, SN8 3JP
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