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There can be few establishments as well celebrated as the British country pub, and if you’re in Northamptonshire, then there aren’t many better examples of the genre than The Admiral Nelson in Braunston. They have all the key elements. There is a scenic rural location, on Dark Lane on the outskirts of the village and overlooking the canal, an open log fire to keep you warm as the nights grow longer and a menu filled with British classics. Go for the Cambridgeshire Truckle cheese, English mustard glazed ham with chips and fried eggs or the buffalo burger, with buffalo meat from, believe it or not, Warwickshire. Then there are the pies: seafood, beef brisket, cheese and chicken, lentil and root vegetables or ham hock and leek. You’ll never be stuck for something to choose at The Admiral Nelson: just close one eye to concentrate, point your one working arm at the menu and wait for the food to arrive. Book today.
Cozy place with good service and serving good food. Prices are regular really, good value for money I would say. Definitely worth stopping by if you are in the area.
Lovely pub. Very generous portions of steak and cooked perfectly, good chips. Slow service but friendly so we didn’t mind. No gluten free desserts besides ice cream which surprisingly was sprinkled with biscuit crumbs, my fault assuming it’d be safe.
I like The Admiral Nelson, I have been twice when passing through Braunston on the canal. The beer selection is varied and from talking to regulars changes quite rapidly; totally different this time to last. The menu has several items (if not all ) that must be home made and there were a few specials on the mirror. I really enjoyed my pumpkin and ginger soup followed by steak and chorizo pie. Well worth a visit.