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Wheatsheaf At Brigsteer
Traditional, British, English[show 3 more photos]
The Wheatsheaf At Brigsteer was built in 1762 and was originally 3 cottages and a shoeing room for horses, it then became an ale house in the late 1800's and has been an integral part of this tiny Lakeland hamlet ever since.
The pub was a focal point for the local hunt for many years but today is fast building a reputation for expertly prepared food, Specialising in traditional British food with a modern twist. We strive to utilise the regions finest produce and ingredients including game & meats with complete tracability and grow some vegetables, fruit & herbs ourselves.
The Wheatsheaf holds an AA rosette for culinary excellence.
Recommended in the Michelin 'Red guide' & the Michelin 'Eating out in pubs guide' 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010.
We offer a set 2 course Lunch menu, a traditional pub-style Bar menu and a restaurant style Dinner menu to choose from.
After a recent major refurbishment the Wheatsheaf now has much more of a contemporary restaurant feel with polished oak and stone floors, handcrafted solid oak tables and chairs, linen napkins, polished cutlery and gleaming wine glasses.
Food served 12-2 & 5.45-9pm.
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