There’s nothing more charming than an English country pub, and Chadwicks Inn Maltby is one of Yorkshire’s finest. Tucked away in the village of Maltby, on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors, Chadwicks Inn is not only a popular meeting spot for locals, but a favourite among visitors to the area too, with its cosy ambience, hearty British cuisine and selection of hand-pulled local ales and fine wines. You’ll find Chadwicks Inn Maltby located on High Lane – to guarantee a table, making a reservation beforehand is recommended.
Located inside a 19th century building still retaining its beautiful original features like wooden beaming and stone fireplace, Chadwicks Inn Maltby creates the perfect scene, whether it's for a pub lunch, a sophisticated evening meal or to catch up with friends over a bottle of wine or some real local ales in the Maltby area. Champions of local produce and the best seasonal ingredients, the menu boasts a range of refined British classics, with lunch, dinner and a special Sunday lunch options all available. Begin with a soul soothing bowl of homemade pea soup with slow-cooked ham hock served with a side of freshly baked bread, or some venison tartare with English mustard, crispy shallots and watercress.
Then, tuck into a succulent steak, some pan-roasted halibut served alongside salt & pepper squid, crushed Jersey royals and shellfish cream. For a lighter meal, go for something from the bistro menu, or head on over on a sunday and choose from traditional Sunday lunch options like the roast grand reserve rump of beef with yorkshire puddings and a red wine gravy. Vegetarians will find plenty of delicious choices on the menu at Chadwicks Inn Maltby too, making it an ideal location for a group dinner. Situated on High Lane in Maltby, Chadwicks Inn attracts guests from all over Yorkshire, whether it's for lunch, dinner or drinks. Avoid disappointment by booking a table in advance!
Amazing food and service as always. Easily my favourite place to eat, we have never disappointed. We had amazing stakes as part of the stake night and wine for two for £50 Great value for money.
Previous visits have been great and this one did not disappoint. The food (we both had the set menu) was excellent as was the service.
Superb steak and best ever pepper sauce. Nice to relax with pre- meal drink in bar area seated in comfy chairs. Good selection of wines to choose from.
My wife and I came for a Friday evening treat. My wife had previously been for a work Christmas party and have a rave review to me. We were made to feel welcome and special by all the staff. Excellent cocktail list whilst we perused the menu in front of a roaring fire on a very cold and snowy evening. Pre diner nibbles and starters were excellent. The crab tart I had was beautifully presented and very fresh crab meat. My wife’s soup was equally good. Unfortunately my wife suffered a migraine during the evening and we were unable to complete our meal. The staff seemed genuinely concerned at my wife’s distress and could not have been nicer. I can only apologise for having to leave and promise to be back very soon. The local villagers are extremely lucky to have such an excellent establishment
I took my 82 year old mother to Chadwick's for a treat, the old Pathfinders Pub having been an old favourite of mine many years ago. I had read the reviews and my expectations were high but I was definitely not disappointed. We had different starters: - my mother had a prawn cocktail and I had a hot smoked salmon salad and both were delicious. We had the same main course: - roast beef with Yorkshire Pudding etc. My mother said that she had never tasted such beautiful beef in her life, and I had to agree with her. The vegetables were delicious with baby carrots that tasted so sweet that they didn't compare to any others I had tasted, perfectly cooked al dente broccoli and cauliflower with a sauce. The potatoes and gravy were perfect. My dessert was something to behold and heavenly to taste: a lemon posset with white chocolate and meringue. The best dessert I have tasted in my 57 years! Well done Chadwick's - we'll be back!
Nice restaurant but felt as if something was missing from the overall experience. Food was nice and well presented, but not that special, staff were pleasant. Long wait between courses, think we waited nearly an hour between starters and main course? We didn't complain about it but some other diners did. Sat without drinks, had to ask for a glass of wine that I'd ordered but hadn't turned up. Toilets are basic pub type toilets, not what you would expect from an establishment wanting to be high end. Overall a nice restaurant, quite expensive, but not quite what I had hoped it would have been. This is the second time we've been, but probably won't go again. Think there are better in the area that are not as pricey and offer a better dining experience.
This was our first visit here and we weren't disappointed. The restaurant had a lovely comfortable feel with a lovely atmosphere. We were a party of 6 and were very lucky to be allocated the round table which was fabulous. The staff were pleasant and attentive and the food was out of this world. It is slightly on the pricey side, especially the drinks, but the food is worth every penny. It's some of the best food I have ever tasted. We will definitely go back again.
Food was amazing and would definitely return Service was a little slow, long waits for plates to be taken and drinks to be offered etc Also disappointed that I informed at time of booking we were coming to celebrate my husbands 30th after getting married this week he hadn’t had chance to celebrate and having seen they usually do the ‘happy birthday’ on dessert plates I thought would be a nice touch however this wasn’t done for us, our table was close to the bar so I couldn’t of mentioned it to staff either But we enjoyed it, and will definitely recommend and return
Food and service was outstanding. We arrived early and enjoyed a few drinks in the cosy bar. We were handed menus and pre-ordered our meals. The actual meal was fantastic on all three courses -and my gluten free requests were handled with no fuss allowing me to have just about every item on the menu with a little tinkering by the chef. Good wine. List without being pretentious or over priced. Would certainly recommend and look forward to revisiting in the near future.
Not bad but not as good as we had hoped. At £38 per head for 4 starters, 4 mains and 6 drinks it doesn't match up to other experiences. Eating in the bar area would have been improved by not having music blaring out. There was already plenty of noise from customers in the bar. The food was good but not interesting - £24 for steak and chips promises a lot but didn't really deliver. Service friendly but inexperienced - I found it surprising to have all the cutlery from my fellow diners thrown on to my plate whilst it was still in front of me, sending bits of debris into my lap, for example.