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)|
Excellent Sunday Lunch
Bev R, Leicester, United Kingdom
If you want a good old traditional Sunday Lunch, then this is the place. The texture and tenderness of the roast beef was amazing and the chicken was served having been cut off the bone and sliced making it easy to eat without having to wrestle with getting it off the bone.
Great food, excellent service.
Heddaz72, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Had a one night stay at the attached hotel and booked a table here for saturday night, 6th April. As we arrived early for checking in we thought we'd have a drink and lunchtime bite to eat. This is a lovely place, really impressive when you first walk in. The staff were immediately welcoming. After having a drink and lunchtime sandwiches we checked in, had a look around and returned to the bar. The bar was busy but the service was excellent from all staff. Derek in particular is a real credit to the restaurant, he found us a nice table and recommended the sea food sharing starter which was excellent. We both had steaks for mains, cooked to perfection. The service throughout could not be faulted from everyone who works there. We will defintely be returning as soon as possible.
Beautiful food and lovely service
Jemma S, Middlesbrough, United Kingdom
Just got back from lunch here with my little dog Bella. The staff were very attentive from the moment we arrived with Bella receiving some biscuits as soon as we sat down. The food was delicious! I had the lamb rump off the specials which was cooked to perfection and sticky toffee pudding for dessert which I unashamedly shovelled down. The staff were all very friendly and attentive to us both. Would highly recommend to anyone and will hopefully be returning if in the area again.
Great Sunday Lunch
We are invited to a wedding at petite Chateau in August so decided to have a run out one Sunday to see how long it would take us to get there as live 40+ miles away, we never had a table booked but we were accommodated no problem by a helpful lady. We ordered Sunday roasts, hot roast sandwich and a child’s 3 course meal, it was all very well presented and very tasty. Huge Yorkshire puddings and tasty gravy. Will definitely return even though quite a drive away it was well worth the travel. Staff were very pleasant and did a great job. Well done to all.
Drinks & Snacks
tranquil41, Morpeth, United Kingdom
Popped over for the first time on a Saturday evening for a light bite and drink. The bar was very busy with diners and there was a wedding reception being hosted next door. The service was slow and we tried a tear and share for 2 people with fries on the side while we enjoyed our drink. The tear and share was £7.95 and consisted of a medium rustic loaf and a small bowl of olives and a tiny bowl of balsamic and oil. A disappointment for us both. The main meals lunch ones good and the server was very nice. We will try again mid week as maybe this wasn’t representative of what appears to be a well liked eatery.