Is there anywhere to eat in Lyndhurst?

Lyndhurst, is a small place with a vast choice of places to eat: why do you think we live here? Lots of trees, lots of food!

Pubs

On the high Street:

The Mailmans
Great Sunday carvery, beer garden
The Stag
Has rooms as well
The Fox and Hounds
Fancy food, nice terrace out back

Within Walking distance from the High Street

The Crown Stirrup
Walk to their back door through the forest, it’s longer but much nicer!
0.8m
The Oak inn
Small and cosy
1.6m
The Swan inn
Serving pub classics
0.6m
New Forest Inn
Great food, space and garden
1m
Waterloo Arms
Traditional thatched pub with garden
0.6m
White Rabbit
Good for large families
0.4m

Restaurants:

General:

Takeaway

Surfing Moo Moo
Surf and Turf
The Crown Manor House Hotel
This hotel has an open bar and restaurant
Forest Lodge Hotel
1820 Grill & Brasserie
Imperial China
Large Chinese restaurant
Yes
Renoufs Cheese & wine bar
well, the title sort of explains it

Italian

Enzee Ristorante & Pizzeria
Just round the corner at the top of the high street
Yes
Prezzo
Not an independent business, so it doesn’t get a link!
La Pergola
Just a couple of minutes walk from the bottom of the high street

Thai

Anissa’s Thai Kitchen
Lovely people, lovely food
Yes
The Thai Forest
Right in the middle of the High Street
Yes

Indian:

Indian Fusion
Indian/Asian fusion
Yes
Passage To India
Next to the best shop in the whole world!
Yes

Cafés

Leaf & Bean Cafe
Speciality Teas and gluten free (In the museum)
Yes
Sweet Chillies
Quirky
The Forage
Sources all ingredients locally
Yes
Peggy May’s Cafe
Traditional Cafe
The Greenwood Tree
Comfy with home-cooked food
Yes
The Willow Tree Café
(cash only)
Café Parisien
French style café
Costa Coffee
If you really can’t cope with supporting an independent business
Bertie’s Fish & Chips
With sit in dining
Yes
The Lyndhurst Tea House
Lots of space, good range
Tasty Pastry
With bakery
Yes
Mad Hatter Tea Rooms
Traditional cafe

We make that 32 places to sit in and eat; and 30 of those are independent businesses!

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