The Bell Inn
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What's on ?
LIVE MUSIC
We have live music for the Easter weekend at The Bell Inn, with Barking Mad playing here on Easter Saturday at 9.00pm-ish.
MONDAY SPECIALS
On Monday lunch-times we offer two for £11.95 for any items on our specials board.
Booking is advised.
QUIZ NIGHT
At The Bell Inn, every other Thursday, from 9.00 pm.
Public Bar

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The Bell Inn
The Bell Inn, frontage
Welcome
You are always assured of a warm welcome at The Bell Inn in the village of St.Nicholas-at-Wade, a traditional English pub run for ten years by Danny & Marian, offering a wide choice of food from an à la carte selection and specials, to bar snacks, accompanied by wines and an ever changing range of real ales.
Join us in one of our bars or more private dining areas, or in summer our delightful garden at our busy, friendly, cosy pub in this sleepy little village tucked away in The Garden of England.
featured ale Portobello Star
Portobello Brewing Co.
Star Amber Craft Ale 4.3% abv
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Tasting notes : It’s a smooth, balanced bitter, which is deliciously floral with lovely coffee notes at the very end.
What’s the story ? The Portobello Brewing Co. was founded in West London in 2012 by beer industry veteran Rob Jenkins and head brewer Farooq Khalid to brew beers that 'taste great whatever the weather'.
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Lunchtimes
Our lunchtime menu is available between 12 and 2.30 pm from Monday to Saturday, featuring such favourites as skate wing in black butter, smoked mackerel, or cod in beer batter.
See the latest full menu here : Lunchtime menu
a la carte
Our à la carte menu is served between 6.30 and 9.00 pm Tuesday to Saturday, with starters including tempura battered king prawns, or soup of the day, mains from steak to sea bass, there's sure to be something for everybody. See the full current menu here : Lunchtime menu
Bar menu
Served alongside our à la carte menu between 6.30 and 9.00 pm from Tuesday to Saturday, the bar menu covers everything from steak'n'ale pie to ham, egg & fries with plenty in between. See the current selection here :Lunchtime menu
Bar menu
Our Sunday menu is served between 12.00 and 4.00 pm every Sunday.
View the full current menu here: Sunday menu
History Old picture of The Bell
The Bell Inn has a relatively modern frontage, but a trained eye will discern the inn's Tudor origin. In the time of Queen Elizabeth I the timber framed building was entered from the side, the two ancient doorways can still be seen in outline, whilst inside, in the bars, the original Tudor crossbeams are much in evidence.

Whether The Bell was purpose built as a Tudor beer-house is not known, but it was definitely operating as a hostelry in 1622 when the landlord was William Chambers.
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SPECIAL OCCASION ?

Then why not try our Fruits de Mer ? Fruits de Mer
Just give us 48 hours notice and according to market price and availability let us serve you up a platter of your choice from oysters, mussels, lobster, crab, king prawn, langoustine, you decide !
SUMMER DINING AT THE BELLsummer
Summer is here, so why not come to The Bell to sample some of fine dishes we have on our menus featuring seasonal produce. Perhaps succulent king prawns in a delicate tempura batter, served with a sweet chilli dip followed by 'Tornadoes Rossini', juicy fillet steak served on a crouton with peas, tomato, mushrooms & fries, with a rich red wine sauce.
CHECK THE SPECIALS BOARD

When any of our menus are being served we will also have a number of specials available, find details of these on the blackboards positioned in the bars. A typical selection might include : Lamb's liver served with bacon, or perhaps you might be tempted by Oven roasted duck breast served with dauphinoise potatoes, fennel & orange sauce.

To follow, check out the board for sweets. There you might find such traditional delights as treacle tart or spotted dick alongside the likes of our cappuccino cheesecake or Mint crème brûlée. Selections change daily, check the boards.