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)|
Should Have Been Better
Denniselite67, York, United Kingdom
We went as a couple for an evening meal during half-term week and had booked online. On arrival, I presented myself at the bar where the only evident member of staff was busy and politely asked me to wait while he finished preparing some drinks. He did this, went to serve them and then came back to prepare more drinks explaining that they were short staffed with just two in the restaurant that evening plus work to do for the function next door. We were seated by the other member of staff and then had to wait a while to order while the two chaps on duty rushed around serving others. A shared starter of bread, oil and olives etc. was a bit hit and miss. The oil, olives, hummus and sun blushed tomatoes were good. The bread frankly was dense and very white. Mains were good. My wife enjoyed her Hake and I went for the large fish and chips. The fish was very good and certainly the largest piece of Cod I've seen since the Grand Banks fishery collapsed. The accompanying mushy peas were also very good while the chips were OK, it a little soggy. I fancied one of the crepe puddings and went for the apple crumble variety. It was very tasty with good chunks of apple but unfortunately, the filling had not been warmed properly and was barely tepid in parts. A shame because it tasted good. The place itself is stripped back with a kind of industrial feel which I thought well done. The two staff serving worked hard all evening and were good hosts. Just a shame there were only two of them and that elements of the food didn't hit the mark. I'm more than willing the believe that this is really a 4-star eatery, maybe even 5 on a good day. Shame we went on an off day.
Cold service and restaurant
LATONE1269, Bristol, United Kingdom
We were visiting friends in the area and booked a table online for dinner . We had a six hour drive and were looking forward to a nice evening . After being shown a table and given menus we couldn't believe how cold it was but after fifteen minutes we got the waiters attention . My wife is vegetarian and asked for the veg pancake , we were told this was not available only on the lunch menu . Her option was pasta with pesto ( not vegetarian ) or soup . She didn't want a fuss so asked for just vegetables and a portion of chips . They arrived in two bowls , frozen burnt chips with the question , IS THIS ALRIGHT . She had to ask for a plate to eat they off , she was then given a side plate , this is what you would give to a child to eat off . She found the whole experience very embarrassing. My own meal was burnt fish and chips , all I can think is it is all brought in frozen , deep fried as everything is the same colour . We just eat and left , thirty two pound poorer . We will never be back ,
Excellent Food and Service
Sween63, Manchester, United Kingdom
Visited here many times over the course of a week whilst holidaying in the Otterburn area. There were 4 of us and we ate both in the afternoons and evenings, it became our go to eaterie. Admittedly not the cheapest of places but then again it is not your run of the mill pub food menu. All agreed that not 1 bad meal was had and we all had several choices from the menu. My own 2 personal favourites were the Lamb sandwich and the various Crepes. Portions were generous freshly prepared and of the highest quality of ingredients. If you are in the area do visit you will not be disappointed.. All the staff were very helpful and friendly.
Well worth a visit!
Little_Miss_Hoggle, Tenterden, United Kingdom
A really good, varied and tasty menu. Food was excellent and dogs were very welcome with a nice little bag of treats for the pooch too. Nice atmosphere and attentive staff with a bag of treats to take home at the end! I suspect this won’t be our last visit this holiday! A little pricey but worth it.
Good lunch from varied menu, very pleasant staff.
Stopped for lunch last week. I remember when this was the Percy Arms, and the transformation is quite astounding. I agree with another reviewer that the bar/restaurant part looks very dark from the outside (in fact we wondered if was open at all), but its not so bad inside. The menu is quite varied with plenty of choices: we went for a burger and the hot roast stottie (which was lamb) - keen to try the stottie as I'd never had one before. It was a fairly large flat bread bap filled with meat in a thick gravy which was very tasty and but very large. Both meals came with chips which at first sight looked lovely and crispy but unfortunately were quite wet and a little soggy. Reasonable selection of wines. One point which I found distracting and a little odd was the fact that all staff were wearing a 2 way radio and an earpiece.... Regardless I would rate this lunch as 3.5 out of 5 and would definitely return for a dinner some day.