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The Butchers Arms, Priors Hardwick - pub details

Address: Priors Hardwick, Southam, Warwickshire, CV47 7SN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 29609) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 6.6/10 (rated by 7 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Holly Bush Inn, Priors Marston (1.3 miles), Plough Inn, Upper Boddington (1.8 miles)

 

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Following on from my last review of the Butchers Arms I must NOW agree with later reviews on this restaurant.
Recent renovations to the old bar area where in times of my youth stood a pool table & juke box have turned the area in to a coffee lounge for after dinner mints & latte's with comfortable seating & waitress service.The rest of my first review still stands.
But I would no longer call the Butchers Arms a public House from where one would feel at home just ordering drinks without a meal.
( Should it be removed from these listings ?? I hope not or all my efforts would have been wasted )
Twelveman - 24 Feb 2009 18:24
It depends on what this website is all about - I don't consider this to be a pub - it is a restaurant (admittedly an excellent one) but it is NOT a pub!
matty_northants - 8 Feb 2009 20:10
Before you enter The Butchers Arms you can tell by the quality of the vehicles in the car park that it is not your normal village pub.A family run restaurant that cater's for the higher price range clientele or people on special occasions.The food is outstanding & the service given by the staff would take some beating at any price.The walls have signed photo's of previous well known users from local racing drivers to film stars & premiership footballers.It is not the kind of place that would keep anything unusual in the beer line. But one would wager the wine & port lists would be second to very few.
I would not think many people go to The Butchers Ams just for a drink being in the middle of no where But for the food & the ambience which comes at a certain price.
The Butchers Arms IS the best of it's kind around for many mile's. Customers travel from all over to use it. So if your tempted to dig deeper in to your pockets ?? Best phone up & book a table.
Twelveman - 16 Sep 2008 11:12
Lets first say that this is a top quality restaraunt. Unfortunately it pretends to be a pub. They have a very impressive wine list and an excellent menu. But nobody knows a thing about ale. It reminds me of the Park Lane Hilton where I had a fabulous meal but they could only manage a bottle of Becks. Someone who appericates food and wine should also appreciate ale. They have this wrong. I have now found a number of top London restraunts that appreciate quality speciality ales and they could show the Butchers arms a thing or two. What about some speciality bottled beers next time Im there? A bottle of Chimay Grand reserve retails at about £12 a bottle and would be a great alternative to the creamflow on offer. Just my opinion.
snip - 20 Nov 2007 23:45
Consistently good quality food, although prices not for the faint hearted. Lino (the owner) is something of a celebrity and made us feel quite welcome.

Menu looks as if it has not changed since they opened in the 1970ís Ė steak diane, chateaubriand, steak tournedos.

Apart from bottled Superbock the beer was nothing to write home about, but then Iím thinking that people donít go here for the beerÖ

pennywise - 7 Jan 2007 11:40

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