A love affair of Italian and British culinary culture has created the Tavistock Italia gastropub brand. With two North-East England locations in Birtley and Sunderland, this group has an undisputed passion for Italian gastronomy and English gastropub culture. The Three Horseshoes in Sunderland’s Downhill is a union of these two cultures, producing impeccable Italian cuisine set in a cosy and inviting pub complete with style and attention to detail. Located on Washington Road, this rustic gastropub is open for lunch and dinner, and is the perfect spot for a relaxing glass of wine or beer, or a full blown Italian feast. Reserve your table now to get in on the action.
Delicious and inspired are two phrases that spring to mind when thinking about dining at The Three Horseshoes in Sunderland. This rustic Italian gastropub has got the locals seriously loving it, with everything from the iconic St Peter’s Basilica on one of the dining room walls to the cosy fireplace, no small detail has been overlooked in this charming Downhill establishment. Passion for British pub culture combined with Italian cuisine is what sparked this Washington Road spot and we are glad for it.
Open for lunch and dinner, The Three Horseshoes offers a delicious and inspired a la carte menu with tasty dishes ranging from housemade pizza and pasta, to mains like stroganoff di manzo (fillet steak cooked in creamy mushroom sauce with rice), gamberoni (pan fried king prawns in a garlic and chilli sauce), and pollo alla contadina (chicken breast wrapped in parma ham). Italians have a strong connection to simple, fresh and delicious food and this passion is translated at The Three Horseshoes. Situated in Downhill, this Sunderland Italian establishment is a fusion of British and Italian culture and has everything you could want in gastropub dining – book and see why.
Great meal second time for lunch and really enjoyed it Will definitely be going maybe on my birthday this fri 19th with hubby hopefully fingers crossed
What a lovely meal thank you will definitely be coming back maybe with friends for lunch Happy hour great had two starters both very nice
lovely little restaurant that we found by chance. Everything was good but very few people in so felt as if the staff were just hanging over us all night.