Red Lion, Bradley near Stafford
Highly renowned gastropub near Stafford - check out the Trip Advisor reviews!
'Excellent food in a beautiful 16th Century Staffordshire Inn..'
The Red Lion Bradley is a 16th century family run gastropub in the centre of the village of Bradley, Staffordshire. Surrounded by beautiful Staffordshire countryside yet only 10 minutes drive from the market town of Stafford and junction 13 of the M6, The Red Lion is ideally placed for a quick snack or relaxed dinner. Recently refurbished in 2010 a warm and welcoming atmosphere is guaranteed.
Owned by chef brothers Tim & Richard Finney and their partners Emma Harvey and Natalia Osica the emphasis is on fresh, local produce to create imaginative and unusual dishes. With a monthly changing menu and daily specials board there is sure to be something to suit every taste from the traditional to the adventurous.
CONTACT DETAILS & INFORMATION
Opening times - please book your table on 01785 780 297
Food served Mon to Fri 12-3 and 6-9 | Saturday 12-9 | Sundays/Bank Holidays 12-8
A set Sunday lunch menu is available at The Red Lion served from 12 until 8pm. The menu changes weekly * sample menu* with extra dishes on the specials board. £13.95 for 2 courses | £16.95 for 3 courses
Serving Thwaites ales from Blackburn in Lancashire, there are two regular beers which are a hit with the locals, Thwaites original (a clean dry tasting session bitter with a glowing amber appearance. A malty flavoured beer with a delicate dry finish 3.6%) and Wainwrights (a refreshing golden ale with subtle sweetness and delicate citrus fruit overtones 4.1%)
With fosters and Warsteiner ( german premium) and Thwaites brewed Kingstone press cider.
Last Updated: 28 Apr 2015