The Malthouse Ironbridge is a family-run country pub situated on The Wharfage, overlooking the River Severn and world’s first ever bridge made from iron. This cosy Telford pub has a relaxed atmosphere and an incredible international food offering that takes inspiration from world street food vendors and as a result, covers just about all bases. What’s more, The Malthouse hosts some brilliant live music on the weekend making it a cool spot to kick off your Saturday night with some food and drinks, followed by some lively tunes and a bit of a boogie. This popular pub can get pretty busy, mind you, so ensure you reserve in advance to avoid disappointment!
Housed in Telford, the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution, you’ll find a lot of ingenuity and inventiveness in the international dishes on the menu at The Malthouse, Ironbridge. From its excellent location along The Wharfage, this country pub is an ideal destination for a bite to eat with some pints and pals or for some Sunday lunch. World street food is the order of the day at The Malthouse with an emphasis on a wide selection of international small plates that were just made for sharing.
First things first, right? When it comes to starters you have to try some Spanish coxinhas which consist of deep fried creamy chicken balls with tomato salsa or some Indian potato cakes with chickpeas, cumin, garam masala and minted yoghurt. When it comes to main courses at The Malthouse in Ironbridge, you’ve got to decide if you’re in the mood to share your food. Because if you are, we highly advise ordering up a round of sharing plates such as Furikake sweet potato fries with seaweed and wasabi seasoning; cheesy garlic sourdough with emmental cheese and some baked chorizo in a honey glaze. If you’d rather your own main, we can’t recommend the pulled pork enchiladas or the tomato and garlic mussels with fresh coriander enough! If we know one thing about this Telford eatery, it’s that they don’t mess around when it comes to portion size, so start building up an appetite now!