Set out in the Warwickshire countryside The Barn is a family run business offering good food and a variety of beers. It was previously a micro brewery and the current owners are brewing again.
The outside is welcoming with ample parking and a wide entrance, I loved the use of pallet wood to make plant holders.
The menu has plenty of choice and Chef was very good, making me a green salad with my steak, a beautiful meal.
For starter we chose the baked camenbert, something I cook at home which we both love. It came with bread and three jams/chutneys; my favourite was the fig and liquorice, absolutely delicious.
For mains Hubby and I had steak, as I mentioned before mine was with lovely green salad with advocado, brocolli and beans. Hubby's came with a basket of chuncky chips, both steaks were cooked perfectly, more like mini chateaubriand than flat steak.
Our son ordered a burger, great choice with his Pravha beer. It was a sizeable burger too and was also accompanied by a basket of chunky chips.
|My super green salad and steak|
Our meals were all very filling, so much so we decided not to have one of the delicious sounding desserts, especially the bread and pudding.
It's a really relaxing in The Barn, open plan with an upstairs mezaine yet it isn't noisy and still has a personal feel when at your table.
|The Barn open plan|
|Beers on tap|
If you fancy a drive or cycle in the Warwickshire countryside I would certainly plan a lunch stop at The Barn