1 August 2014

The Three Tuns

58 Middlebridge Street, Romsey, Hampshire SO51 8HL

British Hampshire
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  • Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 12N-2.30pm (Fri-Sat -3pm Sun -4pm) Mon-Sun 6-9pm (Fri-Sat -9.30pm)

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Squirreled away in Romsey ‘village’, elbow-to-elbow with period cottages, this rejuvenated 400-year-old pub has thankfully not gone all clever-clogs gastro. Dark beams & timbers, exposed brick & slate flagstones retain traditional character, while thoughtful refurbishment delivers modern-day comforts in keeping with its country pub outlook. The Tuns’ new owners (the team behind the Chesil Rectory in Winchester) take a seasonal & local approach to food, serving up dependable classics such as devilled lamb’s kidneys on toast or beer-battered fish with hand-cut chips, mushy peas & homemade tartare sauce. Blackboard specials show more ambition, perhaps Isle of Wight sea bass teamed with a casserole of lentils & roots, cauliflower purée & red wine sauce, while puds pay closer homage to the comfort agenda with Hampshire rhubarb & pear crumble or New Forest strawberry Eton mess. There’s a restaurant-quality wine list, or you can quaff hand-pumped real ales from the traditional bar.

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