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Indulge the Best of Both Worlds proclaims The Farmhouse restaurant on Beechwood Avenue in Coventry. This smart local eatery blends the best of Indian cooking with hearty, traditionally English dishes. That is not to say, though, that the food at The Farmhouse is of the faddy fusion variety. Instead, diners here are presented with two menus – one wholly devoted to the best in English food and the other solely covering fine Indian food. This is a unique approach to dining in the Midlands.
Great food. Friendly service also like the atmosphere. Have been several times and always had a lovely meal there. Great for all the family too.
As it was new years eve it was really busy but the service was still quick and the food was lovely. The staff are all friendly. The only thing was getting a drink took tone even if you went to the bar yourself due to all the staff concentrating on the service of food
On arrival to the farmhouse we were greeted polited by the manager and shown to our table. The service was excellent always polite and was asked if we need anything regular which I thought was very professional. The food was also excellent and well presented and the best I've ever tasted. I would recommend this restaurant to everyone and will be visiting this place many times in the future.
The Farmhouse is an upmarket Indian and English restaurant on Beechwood Avenue in Coventry. The dining room is a decked out in utilitarian chic – all bare beams and dark wood, and in the summer months, there’s a terraced area with room for kids to play. The menu offers both distinctly Indian and distinctly English dishes, meaning it’s easy to keep everyone happy. Try old fashioned English prawn cocktail and follow it with something buttery soft from the tandoori oven, or go the other way and have onion bhajis and follow them with steak and kidney pudding. The smallest diners are catered for too, with a special children’s menu that even includes a pud for less than a fiver. This is a fine local eatery for all the family.
Of course, Birmingham, not far up the road from this Coventry restaurant, is the home of Indian food in Britain, and as such there’s a kind of logic to The Farmhouse’s decision to offer both Indian and English cuisine, and more still to them keeping the menus completely distinct from each other. After all, Midlands diners are perhaps the most discerning curry fans in the country, and a chicken tikka dumpling simply isn’t good enough. Head over to The Farmhouse on Beechwood Avenue for the best of India and England in one place.