British, Traditional Restaurants in Hertfordshire
1. The Bricklayers Arms British, Traditional restaurant in Flaunden Hogpits Bottom - HP3
This ivy-clad gastropub, originally a trio of early-18th-century cottages, is popular among both locals and visitors to the nearby Warner Brothers studio for its “good-value pub grub”. Chef Claude Paillet trained under the legendary Pierre Gagnaire before switching his focus to heartier fare.
2. The Glasshouse, The Grove British, Traditional restaurant in Chandler's Cross
“Just reopened and even better than before”, this ultra-lux country-house hotel has an unusual ‘high-concept’ buffet-style dining room inspired by Asian food halls, with chefs cooking at eight ‘live action food stations’ (robata grill, seafood, tandoor oven et al), from which guests choose as much as they want. It’s not fine dining, but it is good-value in its way and it’s something-for-everyone style suits entertaining or a family get-together.
5. The Cock Inn British, Traditional restaurant in St Albans 48 St Peters St - AL1
2018 Review: A 17th-century pub with beamed ceilings, wooden floors, log fire and garden, handily placed in the city-centre; fans “have never been disappointed” by the “very reasonably priced” food (especially lunch) although cynics feel that it’s “variable” at times.
6. The Prae Wood Arms British, Traditional restaurant in St Albans Garden House Lane - AL3
2019 Review: A “beautiful location” – this “large, rambling and well-spaced” Georgian private home was opened as a gastropub by the Chester-based Brunning & Price chain in 2016, and has quickly built a solid reputation for a “pleasant” menu “full of excellent choices”, “allied with good service”.
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