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Little diners: The Three Horseshoes, Briston

14th November 2023

This was the first time we had been to The Three Horseshoes in Briston and it certainly won’t be the last, says Rachel Bowles

Photography @girlaroundnorthnorfolk

This pub is located at the end of the village and has a lovely garden space along with a covered pergola and plenty of parking. The interior look is traditional, with brick and flint walls and cosy little nooks. Their menu is varied to suit all tastes, and the produce is both seasonal and local, with herbs coming from their own garden.

The children’s menu has a really good choice for fussy eaters, including the option of a vegan burger, and they can also adapt dishes where possible for dietary requirements. All children’s menu options come with a choice of peas, beans, or salad as an accompaniment. Eliza opted for the Southern fried chicken with skinny fries and baked beans, £8, and as we were visiting on a Sunday, Zachary chose the children’s roast chicken, also priced at just £8. 

Both the dishes were generous in size, Eliza had three mini fillets and Zachary had a large piece of chicken on the bone which was really tender and easy for him to cut into. He was particularly pleased to get a jug full of gravy and a side helping of cauliflower cheese, one of his must-haves with a Sunday roast!

Children’s desserts are priced at £5 to include a side scoop of ice cream or there is a selection of ice creams or sorbets at £1.50 per scoop. Zachary took a fancy to an adult dessert of apple crumble with ice cream and declared it was the best crumble he had ever eaten – high praise indeed!

Details correct at the time of going to press, but may be subject to change.


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