Chipping Norton

The Tite Inn – Chadlington – Review

The epitome of a cosy Cotswold pub! The Tite inn is a beautiful Cotswold stone inn located in the Cotswold village of Chadlington, just outside of Chipping Norton. We arrived for dinner and the Tite Inn was lit up with beautiful fairy lights giving the whole exterior quite a magical feel to it. As we walked through the door we were greeted by the friendly and approachable staff as well as a roaring fire which was quite welcome as it was a cold evening.

Here’s what we ate at The Tite Inn:

Roasted pork bites & mango chutney

Honey & mustard chipolatas

Korean glazed chicken Strips

Nashville hot chicken burger, American cheese, cornichons, rocket, fries & garlic aioli

Pudlicote Farm pork sausages, coarse grain mustard mash, rich onion gravy & garden peas

Warm chocolate brownie, caramel sauce, vanilla ice cream

This place knows how to do simple pub food well, it’s a great spot for family dinners or a cosy lunch with friends. Stand out dishes for us had to be the roasted port bites with mango chutney from the nibble’s menu and the sausage and mash was everything you’d want it to be! We decided to share the warm chocolate brownie with caramel sauce and vanilla ice cream, and we had instant regret, we were battling our spoons for the last mouthful it was SOO yum!

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