British favourites sit comfortably alongside French classics.

The Red Lion Hunningham

British favourites sit comfortably alongside French classics.

Great British favourites sit comfortably alongside French classics on the menu of the Red Lion, Hunningham, a welcoming country pub in a pretty riverside location near Leamington Spa.

Sunny weather always brings diners out in numbers to enjoy al fresco eating in the spacious garden at the Red Lion, but when it’s gloomy outside they are just as pleased to take their fare indoors in the tastefully decorated restaurant or friendly bar.

A team of talented chefs including French owner Richard Merand combine the best and freshest of locally sourced ingredients with culinary techniques gleaned from around the world. Together they create marvellously memorable meals from even from pub staples like pies, steaks, burgers and fish & chips, all freshly prepared to order.

For people looking for something a little bit different there is a pleasing array of dishes with a continental flavour, including boeuf bourguignon, coq au vin, Camembert sharing platters, French onion soup and Mediterranean linguini.

Tasty vegetarian options are available and the staff are always primed to please.

The Red Lion is a great place to meet friends or family for a catch up or as a place to eat and relax as part of a day out exploring leafy Warwickshire and its many attractions. When it comes to tourism, the Red Lion is at the centre of the action, close to the Shakespearian stronghold of Stratford upon Avon and the excellent shopping centre of Leamington Spa. Both the former Elizabethan palace of Kenilworth Castle and Warwick Castle, one of Britain’s top visitor attractions are nearby and it is an easy drive from the National Trust’s Charlecote Park with its splendid 16th century house, deer park and gardens, really pretty at this time of year. Coombe Abbey Country Park is another crowd pleaser not far distant.

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Red Lion, Hunningham near Leamington Spa, Warwickshire CV33 9DY

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