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“Worth a visit but needs to pick up on the finer points.”
Review of The Bull at Hinton

The Bull at Hinton
Ranked #1 of 1 Restaurants in Hinton
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$11 - US$27
Cuisines: British
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Dining options: After-hours, Reservations
Description: Where are we? Welcome to The Bull Inn in the peaceful village of Hinton. which lies only 20 minutes from the centres of both Bath and Bristol and less than 5 minutes away from Junction 18 of the M4. About The Bull This ancient stone built building dates back to the 17th century. In its time it has been an Inn, a farm and a dairy. Like all buildings of this age it also has it's fair share of ghosts. Be always on the lookout for the lady in grey! About the food We Love to serve Traditional British Pub food and we take great pride in making the dishes the best they can be and still great value for money! We also have a Specials board which changes weekly and can be a real treat! We believe that to achieve great food you only need to look on your doorstep. So with that in mind we have chosen where possible to source our ingredients from local suppliers who share the same passion for quality as we do. Where possible we use our home grown seasonal fruit, herbs and vegetables from our own allotment to the rear of the pub. Our friendly and cheeky gardener Rockie does an incredible job for us and keeps everything in order - if you have a spare minute pop round to have a look or a chat, if only to give him a chance for a breather. Our butchers are Barlett and Sons of Bath and Bristol Meat Trader, they both deal in locally sourced, succulent, farm assured meats ensuring their products are of the best quality. All of their meat is prepared using traditional butcher methods and they mature their beef for over 21 days to ensure we get the most tender and succulent steak possible. As well as providing lamb, pork and bacon they also manufacture their own sausages on the premises providing us with the best quality sausages in the area. Our Fishmonger Wing of St. Mawes(Cornwall) is a small family run company with over 30years experience. We source all our fish from mussels, cod, scallops, plaice, sole, prawns and lobsters from Wing daily. They care passionately about sustainable sourcing and deliver to us every night after the fish is caught in the morning. Our eggs are from our 18 lovely Hens which can be found to the rear of the pub, they are lovely characters and lay some exceptional eggs for our Ham, Egg and Chips! When we can't source produce from our garden we use A-DAVID of Bristol which has over 50 years experience. They care as passionately as us about the provenance and locality of produce and over the years has amassed a large number of local growers who are incredibly passionate and dedicated to what they do. We use Marshfield Farm ice cream which is truly amazing luxury ice cream and sorbet. They are just 5minutes up the road so you can't get more local than that. We love our little customers just as much as our fully grown ones! So with that in mind we have created a children's menu that is full of tasty dishes just like the main menu. If your child would like something that's not on the menu please just ask and we will do our very best to do it for you! How lucky we are to have such great local suppliers and producers to share with you. We hope you will think our efforts to source the best produce is worthwhile. About the beer As a Wadworth pub we serve all the usual brews, including 6X, Henry's and we always have a guest on which changes weekly. We also stock draught Heineken, Amstel, Thatchers Gold, Stowford Press and Corvus Stout. About the wine We have a substantial selection of wines by the glass. If you are uncertain of your choice please ask the bar staff for a sample taste. We also have a quality range of classical wines which are available by the bottle. Allergies Some foods & ingredients can cause an allergic reaction. If you suffer from a food allergy, please inform a member of staff.
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This came well recommended by the farm we stayed at.

The setting was beautiful and well presented.

The starters were lovely, a coronation chicken style scotch egg with curry sauce and was beautifully presented, perfect runny yolk and a great sauce.
The beef was melt in your mouth with a beautiful,parsnip purée and well cooked vegetables apart from the bean which was completely raw.
The gravy was disappointing in depth of flavour.
The desserts were well,presented and beautiful although the Chocolate brownie dessert was twice the size of the treacle tart. The treacle tart was beautifully cooked and so much flavour but incredibly small (the size of the width of my middle finger ).
The service was really good and attentive.
For quality of ingredients it was great value for money. For the little touches that make the lunch (gravy and dessert portion size), it was not.

Date of visit: August 2021
Thank MatthewPGWS
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Reviewed 9 August 2021 via mobile

Visited after a long day travelling. Staff managed to get us a table and overall the service was excellent. Sunday roast was lovely and good value for money

Date of visit: August 2021
Thank planiggy
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Reviewed 8 August 2021 via mobile

Friendly staff and good food,main course took a little bit long to come but the food made up for that and the service was attentive and friendly!

I would return!

Date of visit: August 2021
Thank danielw35
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Reviewed 1 August 2021 via mobile

Off the beaten track but was full with locals which tells you all you need to know. Lovely food, plenty of choice, helpful and pleasant staff.

Date of visit: July 2021
Thank claccer
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Reviewed 10 July 2021 via mobile

What a lovely find. Met family here for Friday lunch. Service great, food great. Lovely environment and reasonable prices too. If I lived in the area I’d definitely make this my local

Date of visit: July 2021
Thank William1257
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