If you find yourself exploring the Cotswold Way and in need of a bite to eat, pop into The Edgemoor Inn Stroud for a great British feed. This quaint pub is located in the charming village of Edge in the heart of the Cotswolds so it’s the perfect destination if you’re out for a drive of a Sunday. Serving up traditional pub grub as well as a hefty tapas offering, the menu in this Gloucester Road spot truly has something for everyone. Whether you fancy some beer battered haddock with chips and peas or vegetable curry with Moroccan couscous, crispy onions, sour cream and toasted naan, one thing is for sure — you’ll be leaving with a very full and happy belly!
It really doesn’t get more British than The Edgemoor Inn and with Stroud only a short distance away, this cosy pub and restaurant the ideal choice for a traditional Cotswolds dining experience. This friendly local favourite is located in the cosy village of Edge and overlooks the idyllic Painswick Valley. Set within a 19th century building made from authentic Cotswold stone, The Edgemoor Inn is known, loved and sought after for its location, views and delicious British fare. There’s also a strong sense of local community here, with produce sourced from local growers and plenty of local ales hailing from the Cotswolds.
And the menu? Well, this is where The Edgemoor Inn near Stroud really shines. You’ll find a whole host of tasty options but we recommend kicking things off with a few tapas-style starters to share such as spicy prawn skewers with chilli jam, duck spring rolls with hoisin sauce and beer-battered squid with garlic mayonnaise. Then, keep an eye out for the garlic chicken topped with chorizo and smoked mozzarella, grilled cod loin served with Welsh rarebit and the traditional homemade steak pie served with chips and peas. Located on Gloucester Road in Edge, pay The Edgemoor Inn a visit as soon as you can – it truly is a slice of heaven.
Good varied menu with the addition of both special main and dessert courses. Always well prepared food and great staff. Eat in the bar or in the restaurant, or on good weather days, outside on the terraces. Enjoy the views across the the valley to Painswick and beyond from the terraces or window seats in the bar or restaurant. Highly recommended.
great food great service it made it a birthday to remember a big thank you to the bar man and staff super job will be going again very soon
Arrived early, shown to a lovely settee and chairs for a pre lunch glass of wine. The menu was supplied along with a mega specials board. Lots of choice , pre starter nibbles include garlic bread and olives. Plenty of choice both meat , fish and vegetarian . Staff were very friendly and professional without being overly attentive by keep asking if everything is alright. Dessert list was vast and all three of ours tasted great. Good value and if haze had cleared truly fantastic views of the valley.