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Tucked away down a quiet side street in Bawtry, Thyme at Bawtry serves up contemporary British cuisine in a cosy setting, attracting foodies from all over the Doncaster area. On the menu you’ll find classic dishes that have been given a gourmet update, with both delicious lunch and dinnertime options. Nestled on Swan Street in Bawtry’s town centre, this charming restaurant is a popular choice – booking ahead is recommended.
Nice place, friendly staff, excellent food, limited selection due to menu size Average price, would go back but don't expect massive menu Was very quiet for Saturday night but think that was unusual
not what we expected. range of Sandwiches and cakes were basic and scones hard. Not helped by others complaining. not inspired to go back again.
Lovely afternoon tea with portion sizes just right so we could eat it all without feeling stuffed! Beautiful cakes and scones, looked and tasted home made. Sandwiches were a bit chunky and had a bit too much butter on for our taste, but still enjoyable. Efficient friendly service and pleasant surroundings.
With its location inside an historic 1700s listed building and its traditional English decor, Thyme at Bawtry is a great location to relax and indulge in hearty British food, and you’ll find it only a short drive away from Doncaster in Bawtry. The menu here is comprised of British favourites that have all been given a gourmet refurb with the inventive use of ingredients. Begin by trying some homemade Scotch egg served with mustard mayonnaise, pea shoots and sauteed black pudding, or the Yorkshire whipped goats’ cheese (goats’ cheese mousse served with edible soil, pickled vegetables and flatbread crisps).
Then move on to some plated pig (slow-cooked pork belly with a pancetta-wrapped tenderloin and braised cheek served with some fondant potato, apple puree, a mini toffee apple and red wine sauce) or the fillet of roasted cod served with creamy mashed potatoes, wilted spinach, lemon & caper sauce, slow-poached egg yolk and crispy chicken skin. With its stunning setting, quality cuisine and personable service, Thyme at Bawtry attracts diners from all over Doncaster and beyond. To guarantee a table at this restaurant on Bawtry’s Swan Street, make a reservation in advance.