Although a handful of tables near the bar are given over to drinking (a pint of Doom Bar, perhaps), The Palmerston is primarily a dining pub – & a very good one at that. The chefs take sourcing seriously, buying directly from suppliers where possible, so you might find Dingley Dell pork on the largely British menu, along with beef from Lake District farmers. A healthy respect for British seasonal ingredients is evident, hence asparagus & English breakfast radishes will appear in summer, root vegetables & orchard fruit in winter. The extensive wine list includes plenty by the glass & carafe, plus a handful of bargain bin ends. Lovers of Victoriana will appreciate the fine tiled floor in the back room, & the dark wood panelling throughout this handsome corner boozer.
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