44 High Street, Wick, Bristol, Gloucestershire BS30 5QH
|Contact Us||Tel. 01179 372198|
|Map||Click Here For Map.|
|Type||Pubs in WIck, Bristol.|
|Pub Explorer Reference||36857.|
|Pub Opening Times||Sunday - Wednesday 12noon - 10.30pm.|
Thursday - Saturday 12noon - 11pm.
DINING AT OUR CHEF & BREWER
At the heart of our Chef & Brewer is the chef who delights in creating daily changing Specials using fresh ingredients. Selected for their seasonality, our ingredients really matter to us. Combined with care and freshly cooked for you, our dishes deliver the best of traditional pub food and more. We offer a range of great value menus throughout the week, so you can be assured that great quality Chef & Brewer food does not cost the earth. Take a look at our chalkboards for our great selection of chef’s Specials.
|TABLE SERVICE||After being greeted we offer full table service Monday - Friday 12noon - 3pm & after 6pm. Saturday & Sunday all day.|
|RESERVATIONS||Bookings taken Monday to Thursday until 7pm for parties of 12 or more.|
|MEAL TIMES||Monday - Saturday 12noon - 9.30pm.|
Sunday 12noon - 9pm.
|OUTDOOR FACILITIES||Patio Area, Large Car Park, Disabled Car Parking.|
|GENERAL FACILITIES||Wheelchair Access.|
Outside heated facility for smokers.
|OTHER||Children Welcome until 6pm & over 6's after 6pm when dining, Debit and Credit Cards accepted.|
The Rose & Crown is a very well known destination food house situated in the village of Wick on the main A420. Wick Gorge has long being a noted beauty spot and was visited by Beau Nash in the 18th Century and mentioned by Jane Austin in her novel Northanger Abbey. Golden valley walk really beautiful. We hope you will notice the full character of your surrounding's and you are right to think we have a story to tell. This listed building dates back to 1640 and was once occupied by John Gulley, the first bare knuckle fighter in the country. He became champion of England in 1807 and retired to begin making a remarkable climb up the economical ladder after becoming a stud & race horse owner. Being a millionaire tycoon he bought a whole series of collieries in Durham as well as being MP for Pontefract for four years. In and amongst this he managed to father twenty four children with two wives and died a very wealthy and popular man. Today there is a traditional ambience with real log fires blazing in the winter and candle lit table service in the evenings! Nooks and crannies give people space to enjoy their own personal group. Sit on our very pretty patio which is bathed in sunshine in the Summer. Like all Chef & Brewer pubs we employ high quality Chefs who have superb kitchen facilities. The food can be chosen from a main menu with specials including including fish dishes and homemade desserts. You will be served meals which have been prepared from the freshest of ingredients and cooked to order. To complement your meal there is an extensive choice of quality wines or real ales which are served to the highest standard if preferred. Our reputation goes before us so make sure you arrive early to taste something really special!