Three Horseshoes Inn, Little Cowarne, Nr Bromyard, Herefordshire, HR7 4RQ Tel: 01885 400276

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The Three
Horseshoes Inn

The Three
Horseshoes Inn
Little Cowarne

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 Nr Bromyard

 HR7 4RQ
Tel: 01885 400276

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Food at the Three Horseshoes Inn

Our style of cooking is simple country food, using fresh ingredients. Nothing tastes better than those ingredients that are freshly picked, and we have always had a corner of the pub garden allocated to fruit and vegetables. It has grown over the years to a significant patch of the 'paddock' as well as the greenhouse, which always provides a bumper crop of tomatoes and cucumbers.

Depending on the time of the year, the menu will always reflect whatever produce we have been able to gather in - either from the pub garden, or from local or friends gardens. We grow fruit such as gooseberries, strawberries, apples, plums and damsons, elderberries, blackberries and sticks of pink rhubarb.

Lower Hope Farm produces cherries and raspberries which we use in sauces and desserts, and in our raspberry jam. We preserve the cherries in red wine to make sauce for a venison dish. Over the last few years we have started making our own Raspberry Vodka & Cherry Vodka which is used in Crème Brulees and profiteroles.

Special Diets

We always ensure that we have a variety of choices on our menus, including dishes that do not have meat or fish. We can also cater for any other dietary requirements and allergies.  

Local fisherman bring in trout. All other fish comes from M & J Seafoods & Birmingham Fish Market. We buy locally produced eggs, potatoes & vegetables, growing herbs and tomatoes and salads ourselves during the summer.

We make all our own chutneys, pickles & jams. Marmalade in January, jams over the summer and pickled damsons and spiced pears in the autumn. The latter being favourites with ploughmans lunches for which we always use some local cheeses.

All our preserves are available to buy in the bar to take and enjoy at home. We were also recently asked to provide jars of spiced damsons and raspberry vodka as guest favours for an autumn wedding we hosted.

We welcome children all year round and at both lunch and supper, in both the bar and the restaurant. We have some colouring books and crayons, books and toys to keep them amused while they wait for their food!

We have a short children's menu and can also provide smaller portions of some of the dishes on our usual menu. Just ask what we can do for you.

Our Menus

To give you an idea of the high quality, home cooked food you can expect from your visit to the Three Horseshoes Inn, we have supplied several sample menus which you can view. All our ingredients are locally sourced, some we even grow ourselves in our kitchen garden.

Menu examples

Bar Menu

Pensioners Pie & Pudding Lunch
Every Thursday
2 Course Lunch £8.00
Three Course Lunch £11.00

Sunday Lunch Carvery
£14.00 for 2 Courses
Children’s Carvery £7.50

Blackboard Menu

In all cases please advise us when booking of any special dietary requirements.

Food Janet Whittall, proprietor of the Three Horseshoes Inn, holding up a homemade brioche, swirls of brioche dough with alternating centres of chocolate spread and homemade raspberry jam.

We grow our own peas, broad beans and salads, leeks, onions, red and white cabbages, beetroot and squash. Often we buy in a box of veg, runner beans in particular, from locals when they have a 'glut' which we will always find a use for.

We use a variety of quality suppliers for our meats, particularly game which is brought in by local gamekeepers, including pheasant, partridge, rabbit, venison, and pigeon when in season.

The finishing touches to a homemade creme brulee. Irresistible homemade desserts.

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