The William de Percy Coaching Inn and Crêperie menus are packed with all the usual, and a lot of the unusual, pub paraphernalia but with an added sprinkle of edible oomph. Our menus are packed with good hearty food, added with some quirky flavours that you won’t be able to resist. From dishes such as “The biggest fish the boat could safely land” to “Pork belly with spiced apple, and Yuzu Compote, Pak Choi and Hoi sin gravy”.
We have a huge selection so there is definitely something for everyone.
We serve the best Sunday Lunch in Northumberland, don’t just take our word for it.
Come down and try it for yourself. Book a table online or call us to reserve a table.
We believe that every customer deserves tasty food no matter what. Should you have an dietary requirements to meet, or simply certain ingredients you’d avoid then please don’t hesitate to contact us and we’ll work our very hardest to accommodate you and your needs
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|William De Percy, Otterburn(Hotel)|
Great snack break on our travels!
BordersBird, Jedburgh, United Kingdom
Popped in here for the first time for a quick bite to eat on our travels. We were met by a lovely waitress who was very helpful in explaining what a stottie is! We had a light snack of savoury crêpe and a sweet crêpe with lovely coffee. Restaurant is nicely decorated, service was great and there are good choices on the menu. On paying the bill, we were presented with a paper bag with a selection of sweets for our onward journey. What a nice touch, and very much appreciated on our further travels! Will definitely drop in when we are passing again.
Excellent gastronomic visit
ksmtraveller2018, Kelso, United Kingdom
On our way from Newcastle Airport to Kelso, starving, we noticed the "Creperie" part of the name so we stopped. We were too late for the savory crepes (served before five) and so (fortuitously) we ordered a platter of appetizers for sharing that included among other things homemade pate with a sweet chutney, cheese and ham served on what appeared to be pickled beets, breaded/fried pieces of chicken with vegetables, and beans with sausage, all of which were delicious. We also had the foraged mushrooms on toast and the potato leek soup, both just enough to go with the appetizers. The bread provided was the only weak point. We couldn't resist sharing a dessert crepe made with large chunks of Bramley apples that was accompanied by a very healthy helping of freshly whipped cream and icecream. The person who made the cappuccino had a very deft hand... it was the best I've ever enjoyed - I had to have a second cup. Thanks for a wonderful gastronomic treat in a relaxing atmosphere after a long day.
Kvasirsblood, County Durham, United Kingdom
We booked for lunch for 1 p.m. on a Friday - though we needn't have as it was fairly empty when we arrived - it got pretty busy by the time we left so maybe booking depends on the time you arrive [or it might have just been good luck]. The food was good [gastro pub type] and the service was fine. Worth a visit if you are in the area [it was our first time].
jackiebride, Dublin, Ireland
stayed here the night before a wedding fantastic bar area and food was delicious staff were very welcoming and the fact that dogs are welcome was an added bonus they even have bowls dotted around the bar for the dogs
Saturday lunch with friends
Corfu1981, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
We were meeting up with some friends visiting Otterburn the weekend before Easter and were keen to try William de Percy. We started with Bang Bang chicken salads, Chilli salt & pepper squid and Drunken mussels which we all enjoyed before moving on to a tasty Braised Ox cheek, a huge beer battered cod, Bang Bang chicken crepe and a William's burger with a slice of sirloin which my husband declared was the best burger he'd ever had. The waitress was friendly and attentive whilst giving us plenty of space to chat. A very enjoyable visit and somewhere we'd like to return.