Ever since 1967, The Bede’s Lea has become a local favourite, the place where North Baddesley locals go to enjoy a few pints, some traditional pub grub and good company, in a cosy and relaxed setting. Located on Rownhams Lane, The Bede’s Lea is the perfect place, whether it's for a pub lunch, an evening meal or to enjoy some pints in the evening to the soundtrack of live music. Tuck into pub food favourites like the homemade pie of the day, surf n turf, New York BBQ chicken or the traditional fish & chips, or sink your teeth into a gourmet burger. With a comprehensive vegetarian menu too, The Bede’s Lea is the ideal location for when dining as a group. Book a table and head on over!
First visit to the pub . We had a lovely time food was good and we didn't wait too long for the food or tonne served . Would definitely visit again . Very friendly staff too .
Very easy online booking system. From ordering, to enjoying lunch, was a seamless experience. Would recommend Bedes Lea for lunch, or dinner. I needed to relax, and the Bedes Lea enabled me to unwind. Have only good things to say.
Wonderful carvery ,good selection of vegetables, it was our First visit and will certainly go again in the near future .We were greeted very well on arrival.
The presentation and service was excellent, the decor was lovely. There was a lot of paperwork involved in the original booking. Our only complaint on the day was there didn't seem to be any heating, we were rather chilly although the food did of course warm us up a little.
The food was average. Not expensive but fairly pleasant. The staff were really friendly and helpful could not fault them on any aspect. The venue was very rough and ready and the clientele reflected this observation. Was surprised how empty it seemed to be as it was Saturday evening .
A party of us came for the Saturday breakfast buffet. It was a pleasurable experience. The staff friendly and welcoming, the food good. Just make sure the tea is not.
Very friendly staff, food very nice and tasty especially the home cooked chips , but a shame the carvery is now only on a Sunday.
We went for the carvery. Turkey was dry -even the one just brought out. Gammon was overly salty -to the pint it couldn't be eaten. Service was good.
This is a great family pub with nice food. Friendly atmosphere and a warm welcome awaits with a wide choice of drinks. They bring the community together.
It was ok, nothing special Food was mediocre, staff were pleasant. No other diners in restaurant all evening. Wouldn't rush back. Shame as it's quite local.