Review on Mytton & Mermaid Hotel
A glorious riverside location by the banks of the Severn is one of the big attractions at this magnificent Grade II-listed building. Originally a coaching inn, it was converted into a hotel by Clough-Williams Ellis (of Portmerion fame).
Local supplies figure prominently on the menu served in the elegantly appointed restaurant. A boudin of orange-spiced rabbit might be accompanied by buttered leeks, sweet red onions and grain-mustard velouté, fillet of beef comes with watercress and horseradish purée, while a 'taste of Shropshire pork' features a loin with black 'trompettes', a confit of belly, black pudding and lentil cassoulet.
Cheeses are mostly from the region, but desserts look further afield for caramelised fig tarte Tatin or warm chocolate fondant with roasted banana and cinnamon ice cream. Casual meals and real ales are served in Mad Jack's bar (named after eccentric local squire Jack Mytton)
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Modern British / French
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 11.30 – 2.30pm (9.00pm Sun)
Dinner: 6.00 – 10.00pm Mon-Sat
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card