Eight Bells, Chipping Campden

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FAP Rating 4 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
Located just off the High Street in Chipping Camden, in the heart of the Cotswolds, this 14th century pub has most of the bases covered. Serving the local brew is a good start - Hook Norton Best and 'Old Hooky' - both well kept and very drinkable. In keeping with pubs in the area and it's location, it's a great pub: it's doing what it does well and it knows who its customers are. It's popular with locals and visitors to the area, and it gets busy. The large portions of food are more upmarket (and pricey) than your normal local pub, but very good, nonetheless. It's non-smoking throughout, but there's a nice terrace overlooking the nearby church if you have to indulge those cravings. This is a great place to go if your passing through or staying in the area, and we'd guess they do a great Sunday Roast.
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16 Jul 2008
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Visited Sunday 13th July evening for roast beef meal. Pub lovely and polite staff but meal appalling. Would have needed a chain saw to cut through the meat. Yorkshire pudding like a lead weight. Other couples behind didnt like complaining and took the food out in a "doggy bag". The meal was exchanged for lamb which was also sparse and poor quality. No doubt the chef was having an off night. Warren and Pauline Chadwick Lancs

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Church Street, Chipping Campden, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, GL55 6JG
01386 840 371
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