Ruyton XI Towns
Eating at Brownhill House
Home grown and local produce used whenever possible - supporting local farms and small businesses
Breakfast is served between 8.00 and 9.00 AM
There are nowadays so many pubs and restaurants in the area offering food that we now longer offer dinners as a normal service.
Tea & coffee available at all times
Vegetarian and special diets catered for
must be September
the grapes are ripe
sometimes get good weather
Drinks (or even a business meeting) on the terrace
"Hope is a good breakfast" - Francis Bacon 1561-1626
Fruit juices (home made damson in season).
Fruit (from the garden when available)
Choice of several cereals - including home made meusli
Home baked bread and muffins
Homemade jams and marmalade
Fruit and herb teas, Indian tea and cafetiere coffee
Egg - Green bacon - Smoked bacon
Local herby sausages - Black pudding
Good fried bread - Sautee potato
Tomatoes - Mushrooms
Baked beans - Corned beef hash
The Village Shop
Boiled, fried, poached or scrambled
Kippers, smoked salmon, Smoked haddock
Too many cooks in the Brownhill kitchen
Shropshire lamb chops
Home grown when available
Source of fresh breakfast Eggs
The towns and villages in the area have a vast choice of restaurants to
tastes and occasions. Here are a few of the nearest ones.
We have a good pub in the village, The Talbot (known as the
Dog), which also offers a restaurant service.
For refreshments during the day there is Cafe Eleven in the village and the Moor Farm Tea Room on the way to Baschurch.
In Knockin there is the Bradford arms serving a range of favourite dishes to a very good quality and at competitive prices.
In the middle of Baschurch, Admiral Spice is an excellent Indian restaurant that boasts exclusive award winning dishes.
Also in Baschurch, the New Inn which despite the name is a
old building has a high quality restaurant serving English style food
The Old Three Pigeons at Nesscliffe has good food in great variety and at reasonable prices.