The Pheasant Inn at Admaston

14 Shawbirch Road, Telford, TF5 0AD

A homely and welcoming place on the western flank of Telford where it begins to be swallowed up by Shropshire countryside, The Pheasant was taken over by Sue and Richard Fletcher in 2007 and after the traditional refurbishment has become again the popular inn it used to be. In particular the food, which could be described as serious brasserie, is a delight with hardly a dish that did not have instant appeal. A starter of warm locally made black pudding with dry cured crispy bacon and field mushrooms on olive oil toast was superb, and the grilled crostinis of Wrekin White and Newport cheeses supremely tasty. Fishinabox supply the daily caught fresh fish and on our visit fillet of Musselburgh mackerel with a side dish of proper chips did the business, though the grilled Newlyn day boat Dover sole had a narrow escape.

A homely and welcoming place on the western flank of Telford where it begins to be swallowed up by Shropshire countryside, The Pheasant was taken over by Sue and Richard Fletcher in 2007 and after the traditional refurbishment has become again the popular inn it used to be. In particular the food, which could be described as serious brasserie, is a delight with hardly a dish that did not have instant appeal.

A starter of warm locally made black pudding with dry cured crispy bacon and field mushrooms on olive oil toast was superb, and the grilled crostinis of Wrekin White and Newport cheeses supremely tasty. Fishinabox supply the daily caught fresh fish and on our visit fillet of Musselburgh mackerel with a side dish of proper chips did the business, though the grilled Newlyn day boat Dover sole had a narrow escape.

Gammon steak was of a high standard, served with Ma Fletcher's Yorkshire sauce or honey glazed pineapple, a close run choice with warm chicken, Shropshire Blue and crispy bacon salad giving a new slant on Caesar (who had his town of Wroxeter just up the road).

Frankly, desserts were a bit of a struggle, but duty called and so did Richard's superb raspberry and white chocolate crème brûlée, with an entirely superfluous but hopelessly delicious Top House Farm ice cream on top. A short but perfectly adequate wine list from John Horton at Addison's completed the pleasure.

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English, Family, Modern British

: 12:00 - 14:00 18:00 - 21:00
: 12:00 - 21:15
: 12:00 - 16:00 16:00 - 19:00
: 11:00 - 23:00
: 11:00 - 23:30
: 11:00 - 24:00

Reservations: 01952 251989

14 Shawbirch Road, Telford, TF5 0AD [Map]

£14.00    £26.00

£11.50 (2 courses) to £14.50 (3 courses), Sun

(Avg Price is the average cost per person for two courses, coffee, half a bottle of house wine and tip/service)

REVIEWS OF The Pheasant Inn at Admaston

Helen (13 July 2010)

I have been to the Pheasant five times till now, with family and friends, and each time I intend to write a review so here it is. The whole experience is fantastic; staff are very friendly and accommodating. The food is superb and excellent value for money - the best cheesecake I've had eating out. I have found one downside however and that's deciding what to eat. The only viable option is to return and work through the menu. This is a first class venue that I would recommend to anyone.

Ian (4 April 2010)

Four of us dined at The Pheasant Inn on Saturday. The whole experience was superb, with polite bar staff, top class waitresses and a lovely friendly atmosphere. The starters were beautiful of which we had four different ones, followed by four different main courses - skate, gammon, barnsley chop and steak and ale pie, all were superb and cooked to perfection at a price that didn't break the bank. This establishment is of the highest quality and a must for everyone to visit and you won't be disappointed. Thanks to all for a brilliant evening!

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