Gone are the days of dingy drinking holes with average service. Today’s pubs are chicer and more sophisticated than ever before. If you love to treat yourself to the best that Britain has to offer we’ve got the lowdown on some of the most prestigious bars in the UK.
The Victoria is a mecca for meat lovers with a menu boasting nine different burgers, Deep South-style Sunday roasts and mouth-watering specialties of Cajun rubbed beef and cola-glazed hams. Not to mention an impressive rotating boutique beer menu and spectacular cocktails.
For country charm with a contemporary twist head to Ribble Valley’s The Three Fishes. Wrap your lips around a locally sourced steak, take on the chargrilled rump burger and sample an interesting selection of cask ales on the establishment’s popular beer bats.
With its shabby chic décor The Westroom feels more like a trendy café than an Edinburgh pub. Check out the delicious Scottish produce during your visit; treat yourself to their famous fish and chips and wash it all down with a tap beer or house cocktail.
This place serves up a mean Sunday roast as well as an inspiring weekday menu. You’ll also find craft beers galore, exceptional service and a beautifully appointed interior.
For an authentic London experience with zero tourists in sight The Ship is a terrific choice. The chargrilled sirloin steak is to die for while braised pork belly, roast rump of lamb and seared fillet of trout make it difficult to choose. Ale aficionados will also be blown away with the selection of local and international beers.
After just one year in business The Oast House has quickly emerged as a Manchester institution. A hearty yet modern menu caters to an array of different tastes while the selection of ales is guaranteed to impress. When the sun comes out enjoying a pint on the sprawling outdoor terrace is pure bliss.
Whether you love to try out new establishments or prefer to stick to old favourites you can rest assured that all decent establishments are sure to have a comprehensive pub insurance policy in place. This not only protects the best interests of the business but also ensures that patrons are looked after in a worst case scenario. If you run a pub, don’t let it down by scrimping on insurance!