The Tipperary Inn is well known for as much for its quality food as its famous history. Set in beautiful countryside at Meer End, just 3 ½ miles from Kenilworth old town, it was originally owned by one half of the duo who wrote the notable wartime marching song It’s a Long Way to Tipperary. The inn now serves special Italian inspired dishes that are hard to beat.
With plenty of stunning walks nearby, customers are encouraged to park in the inn’s car park and explore the surrounding countryside before being treated to a well-earned drink and meal.
The menus reflect classic Italian dishes. The highly recommended chef’s choice of Portobello mushrooms stuffed with goat’s cheese and crushed herbs served with rocket salad and balsamic dressing is the ideal light and fresh starter. The mains follow in traditional Italian style, boasting a wide-ranging selection of meat, fish, pasta dishes and pizza, all of which are reasonably priced and beautifully presented.
The staff are friendly without being intrusive; you’re encouraged to sit and enjoy the beautiful views along with your delicious food and thirst-quenching real ale in the large beer garden. The Tipperary Inn’s al fresco dining area really makes it stand out as a go-to venue for friends or family, not forgetting the dog.