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
|William De Percy takes place at ...|
|William De Percy, Otterburn(Hotel)|
Nice lunch, friendly staff
Welltower, Scottish Borders, United Kingdom
Met up for a Sunday lunch. Not bad prices, but perhaps needed a bit more meat. We all asked for the beef to be pink but none of it was, not sure if the server heard us. Lovely desserts though. Had to remind the server about the coffee. Great that it was dog friendly.
nixon1232018, Rothbury, United Kingdom
Myself and my girlfriend attended last Sunday for a Sunday dinner, when we arrived we were left standing at the bar, even though the place was very quiet and the waitress staff just kept walking passed us, after a while of standing 2 staff appeared from the back who were obviously supposed to be working the bar. After been shown to our table we placed our order, to trio of meats. The service was very slow and after it eventually arrived it was no trio of meats as they had forgotten the Chicken off both meals. We informed the staff who said they would sort something out, we got £2 knocked off each meal which I don’t really think is good enough, the food is no better than average. At no point were we offered more drinks, or asked if everything was ok with the meal overall a very disappointing evening will definitely not be returning.
After work meal
Me and a few colleagues were recently working in otterburn and decided to go for dinner, we found this pub? the service was good however the food was average and for for the price, I would excpect a better quality, they didn't do guiness on tap. It was a can and for, four pounds I think that's abit much, some of my colleagues thought the food was tasty, so maybe I just chose the wrong meal although it was very pricey.
Nice pint but...
Is it an Inn or a restaurant. Popped in for a pint and snack mid afternoon. Pint of Alnwick Gold was very nice indeed but there is no possibility of a snack. Not even a packet of crisps. I sort of felt that we were an inconvenience that they didn’t want in their pub. On the way out I glanced the menu and ther were things like sharing platters but these hadn’t been offered or even mentioned. Shame really I was hungry.
A reasonable main course, but not a Creperie
Although the place was not full the service and food was a little slow. The main courses were well presented but a little lacking in flavour. For a place that calls itself a Creperie I was disappointed. What arrived was cold and rubbery. A pancake is not a crepe, I’m not even sure these were cooked to order although they had enough time to mill the flour, milk the cow and wait for the chicken to lay! If you are going to name your place as a Creperie, send your chef to France so he can learn what a Crepe is. I feel cheated!