Map

The Eddy information

If you're looking for somewhere to enjoy a sociable drink try popping into the Eddy. They serve a fine choice of drinks and tasty pub meals within a vibrant and friendly atmosphere.

Is this venue information incorrect? Help us get it right!

improve this listing

Do you work at The Eddy?

Claim your free listing to take control. Add offers, images, event info and more for free!

claim here
Check-in
Check-in
Check-out
Check-out
Opening Hours
Opening Hours
MON

12:00 - 00:00

TUE

12:00 - 00:00

WED

12:00 - 00:00

THU

12:00 - 00:00

FRI

12:00 - 01:00

SAT

12:00 - 01:00

SUN

12:00 - 00:00

show more

What did you think of The Eddy?

your rating

The Eddy reviews



By Oliver M.

I want to start by saying that we used to love The Eddy, it was our watering hole of choice, and a great place to get some food in a relaxed environment. The roasts in particular were special. However, over the last few weeks it has just gotten worse and worse. We persevered thinking maybe an off day or a new chef or something. But it is consistently poor. The drInks haven't changed they're still the same old, although now feels really expensive for the state of the place and the quality of food. And that's really where the problem lies; poor quality, badly presented food, lacking in any depth of flavour, it's not worth eating here any more, and as such not worth being here any more. Well done "The Eddy" you have ruined one if my favourite little stop offs.


By S B.

Such a fun pub tucked away right near the station. The food is great; menu's always changing. Love the chicken kiev and for a decent sized lunch the sandwich's are delicious - very tasty home chutneys inside too. I've eaten here a few times recently and what a treat each time it's been - consistently great food - not always that easy to find in somewhere as cosy as this.


By Tom D.

New chef, new menu and much better for it. The Eddy used to just be a pub, not especially renowned for it's food (as an earlier review mentions). Now it is a vibrant place to be especially on a Sunday. Locally sourced produce is used for the comprehensive menu. Sunday roasts are sublime - the pork belly is incredible. I have also eaten steak here, twice. Both times the steak was cooked perfectly. There is a great selection of fish, meat and vegetarian dishes. Even for a bar snack you can tuck into homemade scotch eggs - they had black pudding and quail last time I was there. Great to have a gem of a place that has a chef who knows what to do with food on our doorstep.


By Oliver M.

We stopped off for a drink on our way home and found that the Eddy has a new chef! The food here used to be well, pretty poor really. This time round there were blackboards crammed with delicous sounding food. I had a delicious burger & my girlfriend had fillet of mackerel with creamy risotto. The pub is a bit tired and ragged, but the food is just great. We would definitely go again, in fact we are for Sunday lunch.


By Lisa M.

Basic. Noisy. At least the songs being cranked were 80's tunes. Bar staff fancied themselves as Coyote Ugly extras - plenty of in your face singing and shuffling going on. Almost okay if you're a drunk fella whose beer goggles improve muffin tops and tattoos but not if you're a sober girl just stopping by for a drink.

Find a pub or bar