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.
Really great food and friendly staff, the views are really incredible. If you're looking for a good day out that won't cost you a fortune go here!
Great food, with amazing views across the valley and very friendly staff who ensure you have an fantastic experience. I will definitely go there again.
Enjoyed a lovely meal here after a stunning walk in the Cotswolds. The staff were very friendly and the pub has a lovely atmosphere. Would recommend!
Excellent as always. Good food, good service, good views. Varied menu and responsible prices. Had a 'bistro' steak which I could have sworn was actually a very tender fillet!
As a party of three, we visited The Edgemoor Inn on Sunday afternoon for a spot of lunch. Whilst busy, all staff were very polite, helpful and quick to take our orders & bring us our drinks. We did have to wait approximately 35-40 minutes from placing our food order, to receiving our meals as there seemed to be some larger parties already seated, but when the food arrived it was hot, beautifully presented & very tasty. We regularly visit The Edgemoor, and are always impressed with the service & quality of the meals we receive. On a side note, I highly recommend the Smoked Haddock Risotto Fish Cakes & Oreo Cheesecake - AH-MAZING!
We were taken to our table promptly, and were pleased to find it was a window table with lovely views. Again, service was prompt and efficient, with good choice of food on the menu and the food when it arrived was well cooked and tasty and the dessert delicious. Although busy, (on a Wednesday evening!) the restaurant was not too noisy, and the atmosphere was pleasant. We thoroughly enjoyed the evening.
Have not visited for several years. Lovely peaceful setting, service efficient and discrete. Our party of 6 all enjoyed their various dishes. The only disappointment was the rocky road torte it was not as expected, far too solid, overly sweet and far too large a portion. We suggest that the chef samples this item. If it is a popular choice then a smaller portion with a drizzle of cream and ice cream rather that the current chocolate sauce would be better.
As a party of three, we enjoyed a lovely evening at The Edgemoor. All mains were delicious, with a particular nod to the smoked haddock fish cakes and the white chocolate/oreo cheesecake. Orders were taken and served in a timely manner, and we cannot fault the evening at all. Excellent service and brilliant menu; we will certainly be returning time and time again.
Not many customers present at time of visit which made the atmosphere a bit lacking. The food was just OK, but overall we were underwhelmed with our dining experience. Some other customers complained about their food whilst we were there. The desserts were in our opinion expensive at £5.95 so we didn't order any and £8.50 for cheese and biscuits is way too much considering the venue is really nothing special. Bill for 4 with just 3 starters, mains and drinks was £85. Doubt we will return.
There were four of us dining last Friday and once again we had a lovely meal. Although there seemed to be more dishes with chips on the menu than on our previous visit in February, we asked for new potatoes instead and there was no problem. The deserts are lovely, but have to say the key lime pie was superb. Looking forward to our next visit