Established in 1680, this historic city centre pub boasts a brilliant menu of quintessential British pub classics that features both light bites and indulgent meals, as well as an array of homemade pizzas that were voted as the ‘Best in the Shire 2016’.
Seafood savvy diners will delight in the choices that range from pub favourites to modern twists, such as the classic Whitby Scampi, the hearty Cod and Chips and the refreshing Seafood Salad, an ensemble of mixed leaves with prawns, smoked salmon and mackerel.
Carnivorous options feature tantalising dishes like the tasty Half Roast Chicken, complete with chips and peas, the traditional Ham, Eggs and Chips and the delicious Chicken and Pepper Skewers, paired with either salad, rice or chips.
Herbivorous alternatives are also available and are no less enticing, like the Omelettes, made with three organic eggs and available with fillings like cheese and onion, and one of the mouth-watering toasted sandwiches such as the Goatherd, packed with goats cheese and caramel onions.
Also worth consideration are one of the many handmade, stone baked pizzas, available in over ten varieties. Some of the irresistible pizzas include the gluttonous New York Deli, topped with sliced hot dogs, bacon and American mustard, the refreshing Gardinera, covered in mushrooms, peppers and olives, and the Seafood, with smoked salmon, prawns and smoked mackerel. If they so desire, diners can also create their own pizzas.
Instantly distinguishable from the high street by the mounted sheep in the window, the Sword Inn is as eye catching as its food is satisfying. Fashioned with the dark wood panelling and solid wooden chairs and tables that’s virtually synonymous with old fashioned pubs, as well as an old piano that creates an authentic, timeless atmosphere, the Sword Inn is everything a pub needs to be and more.
Please Note: The kitchen is closed in this venue on Sundays and Mondays The tastecard discount is not available on Bank Holidays or Celebration Days including, but not limited to, Valentine's Day, Mothering Sunday, Father's Day, etc.