Eating Places in the Bottesford Area
Come and enjoy
By Peggy Topps
THE THATCH RESTAURANT
The Thatch Restaurant on High Street serves quality meals in lovely surroundings, and they have bed-and-breakfast rooms too.
FISH AND CHIP BAR
Danny and his wife have run a very popular fish and chip shop in Queen Street for many years.
ZARO’S (formerly the Malt House Deli)
Zaro’s is a coffee house and takeaway with a genuine Italian flavour. It provides freshly made cobs or jacket potatoes with a variety of fillings – very popular at lunch times.
Enjoy coffee, light meals and takeaway pizzas at this cafe on the High Street
THE BAPTIST CHAPEL
The Chapel is open every Friday morning for anyone wishing to drop in for a cup of tea or coffee, when they have finished their shopping in Queen Street.
THE METHODIST CHAPEL
Anyone is welcome to drop in at lunchtime on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday in the month for a bowl of soup and a home-made sweet plus tea or coffee.
THE RUTLAND ARMS
The Rutland Arms is a very popular public house. Meals are served at lunch time and evenings.
In the restaurant attached to the Rutland Arms, quality indian food is served in the restaurant and as takeaways.
Paul’s Restaurant is a high class establishment on Market Street and people come from miles around to enjoy the excellent cuisine.
This is the Chinese takeaway which is situated opposite the cross and stocks.
THE RED LION
The Red Lion public house is situated opposite the old Primary School. They serve morning coffee and also meals.
THE OLD FORGE TEA ROOMS
Formerly a cottage, it has now been refurbished and has recently opened as a delightful tea house complete with riverside gardens, very popular with everyone including cylists. It is situated opposite the Church in Muston.
MUSTON OLD SCHOOL
The ladies of Muston serve tea and coffee with cakes and biscuits every Tuesday morning.
You are welcome to go along for a chat.
THE GAP INN
The Gap Inn is in Muston on the A52 from Grantham to Nottingham. It is presently run by Mitchell and Butler and is popular with families.
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