Situated in Warwickshire's stunning countryside, The Tipperary Inn is a pub known both for its interesting history and its fantastic Italian-led food menu. Getting its name from its original owner, who was one of the writers of famous wartime tune It's a Long Way to Tipperary, the Kenilworth pub now prides itself on serving high quality dishes in a cosy and traditional pub setting. If you're in the area looking for something a little bit different from your average pub, The Tipperary Inn could be just the spot for you.
The pub oozes charm from the outside with its traditional white facade, and also features a lovely little beer garden which can be enjoyed during the warmer months. This traditional feel continues inside; a brick fireplace lies at one end of the dining room and wooden beams line the roof. Meanwhile the bar stretches around the centre of pub and tables are dotted around the different areas.
The Tipperary Inn's food menu however, is anything but traditional. Rather than serving the standard British pub grub, it has instead decided to focus its offering around Italian food. You can begin your meal with a flatbread topped with caramelised onion and mozzarella to share among the table, while starters range from parma ham and melon, to bacon-wrapped scallops.
When it comes to main courses, there are a wide variety of different options available including pizzas, calzones and also a number of pasta dishes. Other mains include beef stroganoff, herb-crusted cod, calves liver with bacon, and a Greek lamb souvlaki. With so much to choose from, there really is something for everyone at The Tipperary Inn.
The well stocked bar has a number of beers available both on draught and by the bottle, as well as a stellar selection of wines, spirits and soft drinks.