About The Hampstall Inn
About the restaurant
There are certain things one often expects from a tasteful British pub: an old building in a peaceful setting, a cosy space containing booths, bar stools or big group tables, probably a pool table, plenty of quality ales and a great wider drinks selection. The Hampstall Inn in Astley Burf delivers on all those expectations, but it also boasts a few features not the norm for a British bar and restaurant. For one, it has a spacious conservatory opening onto an outdoor terrace area and directly onto the River Severn, a blissful setting no pub in Stourport-on-Severn could match. Then there’s the food, which goes well beyond the British classics (including homemade steak and ale pie, jacket potatoes, lambs liver and bacon, sticky toffee pudding and a Sunday roast carvery) to some intriguing dishes like sliced gala melon with raspberry coulis, a vegetarian take on beef wellington (mushroom, cranberry and brie) or a zingy Cajun chicken burger.