About The Roebuck Inn
About the restaurant
As Warwick’s oldest public house, dating all the way back to 1470, The Roebuck Inn is one of the town’s best-loved gastropubs, serving up hearty British cuisine and hand-pulled ales. Located on Smith Street in the town centre, only a few minutes walk from Warwick Castle, The Roebuck Inn is popular with visitors to Warwick looking to experience a piece of the area’s heritage as well as locals alike.
Set inside a stunning 15th century building with white walls and traditional black beaming, The Roebuck Inn in Warwick’s town centre has lots of historic charm, and the inside of this charming pub is as equally as picturesque. A fireplace creates a cosy ambience for enjoying classic British cuisine and drinks in while the rustic wooden furniture, exposed brickwork and timber beams add to the The Roebuck Inn’s old fashioned appeal.
The Roebuck Inn’s menu boasts an array of British classics and pub food favourites, from the grilled gammon loin served with egg and chips to beef lasagne with garlic bread and ale-battered fish and chips, as well as a number of sandwiches and a traditional three-course roast lunch available on Sundays. The bar features a large selection of real ales, as well as a lengthy list of wine and spirits. Steeped in history, this gastropub on Smith Street in the town centre attracts tourists as well as being a favourite among Warwick locals. Book ahead to secure a table