Food Review// The Cocked Hat Weds & Sunday Carvery ★★★

This Sunday we thought we would try out the Cocked Hat carvery now it’s under the new management.

It was nice to see a full carpark and inside was a lot busier than I have seen it for a long time so we figured good word has spread of their Sunday offerings. We didn’t make a booking as it wasn’t a pre planned visit but you can book through their Facebook.

The carvery is £6.95 each or 2 for £12, which is a really good for the amount you get. You receive a little poker chip each to hand in at the carvery counter.

We all had the full selection of meats carved into our plates. And the range of veg was very good with mash, roast potatoes, cabbage, sliced carrots, peas and mashed carrot and swede and some very tasty cauliflower cheese. There was also homemade Yorkshire puddings and stuffing balls. The gravy was tasty made with meat juices.

The meat selection was turkey, ham and beef. All the meats were very succulent and tender.


The staff were all friendly and welcoming. The venue itself is slightly outdated in decor and furnishings but I think this is part of its charm really and it’s a nice atmosphere.
We will definitely be going again and the Cocked Hat are also starting Mid week Wednesday carvery in the very near future. It’s a family friendly venue with plenty of room.

So if you’re looking for somewhere different to have your Sunday dinner this is another one to add to the list.

Our Rating (Out of 5):

Service: ★★★
Hygiene:  ★★★★
Price & value for money: ★★★★
Presentation: ★★★
Overall Dining experience:  ★★★★

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