The Parson’s Nose – a gem in Hillsborough 


If you follow me on social media then you’ve probably already seen at the fabulous blogger event hosted by The Parson’s Nose recently.


If you don’t know it this is a lovely Georgian pub in Hillsborough. It’s just had a refurbishment and management were keen to show us the new look. It’s much lighter and brighter now with a real feeling of space.

It is a fully licensed pub but the real event is the food which comes from the award-winning chef Danny Millar and their new wood-fired stone oven.


We were treated to a real feast. We started with langoustines with chorizo and tomato served with sourdough bread and a perfectly matched white wine.


Moving on we sampled the wood-fired pizza. I’m almost tempted to say don’t try these – you’ll never want to eat any other kind of pizza again.


The main event was the cote se boeuf – served medium rare from the stone oven, complete with bearnaise sauce, asparagus and hand cut chips… heaven. It was finished off by rhubarb and lemon tart. I’ll admit I could barely fit it in.


The pub has also renovated their beer garden so this is good big to be a big hit come summer. But come when it’s raining anyway, the food and decor aren’t to be missed!

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