They think they have improved things since the unfortunately named 1761 Jack Booth coaching inn.
What they have kept is a truly lovely interior, high wooden ceilings, fireplaces and more.
Sadly, the spring itself has dried up but their cellar will help satisfy even the most parched journeyman.
Not forgetting the tradition of coaching inns, they set out their menu to do simple beautifully; that means quality ingredients that speak for themselves and a wine list that knows no borders in its search for taste and value.
In summer a terrace overlooks the Sulhamstead and Ufton cricket club adding yet another angle to the Spring Inn.
Please contact the venue or organiser for bookings, cancellations or further information on 0118 930 3440
If something is worth doing it is worth doing right, is their philosophy.
Whether it’s their classic fish and chips or the more modern duck salad, blue cheese & poached pear, the emphasis is on taste.
Head Chef Ian has known Ben for over 15 years and jealously guards his kitchen’s high standards.
They have a good selection of vegetarian dishes, dairy free dishes and they are nearly 100% gluten free, whether it’s theirlighter lunch menu, the a la carte, buffet and canapes menus and not forgetting the kids menu.
The Sunday lunch roast, last but by no means least, a choice of 3 roasts with all the trimmings, sums themup really.
Overlooking the Sulhamstead and Ufton cricket club, our terrace allows you to while away the day or forget work for just a moment, whilst basking in the sunshine (British weather willing of course).
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