Review on The Stagg Inn
The Stagg Inn is an award winning pub located in the quaint village of Titley in the county of Herefordshire. Featuring a series of three dining rooms, it also houses a small bar with an interesting collection of 200 pub jugs. The focus is squarely on high-quality local ingredients and seasonality: meat is from Herefordshire farms, vegetables are organic, game is from Titley Court, and Steve procures a splendid selection of cheeses from the Three Counties and Wales. Menus change every couple of months and there are generally Cornish fish specials at weekends.
To begin, you might find seared scallops on celeriac purée with cumin or pigeon breast with herb risotto. Main courses pick up the seasonal theme, offering dishes like Madgett's Farm duck breast with spiced rhubarb and fondant potato or saddle of venison with horseradish gnocchi and Kummel, while desserts could include Pedro Ximenez cheesecake with hazelnuts or a trio of crème brûlées (coffee, vanilla and lavender).
Two locally brewed real ales are on tap in the civilised bar, along with Dunkerton's glorious cider; the well chosen wine list also includes a local tipple from nearby Broadfield Court. Accommodation is available in the pub and at the local vicarage (owned by Steve's mum).
The Stagg Inn is also featured in: Michelin Guide, Good Food Guide, AA GuideRate this Restaurant
Steve Reynolds and Matthew Handley
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 - 2.00pm Tue-Sun
Dinner: 6.30 - 9.30pm Tue-Sat
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card