Hey guys!! Recently, we ate at the Blacksmith’s Arms in Coniston. It’s one of our favourite independent places to eat at because it’s perfect to enjoy some delicious food at with your family. About a year ago, it reopened after being renovated and since then, it’s been abuzz with different customers. So in today’s post, I’m going to be reviewing The Blacksmith’s Arms and offering you my honest opinion of it.
The interior of it reminded me of the typical stereotype of pubs but it quite obviously has it’s own charm to it. Mosaic lamps illuminate the pub with a wide selection of wooden tables and leather seats to perch on. Overall, it felt quite cosy and comfortable. It wasn’t overly busy so that there were people queueing out of the door but there was a steady stream of people entering the pub.
The menu offered a wide variety of meals and I found it quite hard to decide upon only one. In the end, I was persuaded by my love of chicken burgers to order the Blackened Chicken and Chorizo burger and fries with a lime and lemonade to wash it down with. I was extremely happy with my choice since my burger was scrumptious and the chorizo perfectly complimented the chicken. The lime and lemonade hosted a citrus like tangy taste and with it being a pub classic drink, it’s easily one of my favourites. There was a wide selection of different puddings however we were all too full to sample them so I look forward to trying one of them on my next visit. I would definitely consider having that burger and drink again on my next visit. The only bad thing I can point out about this pub is it’s location. For visitors or tourists staying in Hull city centre, it’s quite a trek out into the countryside of East Riding so mainly locals to the area or people passing would probably eat there.
Thank you for reading this post!! What’s your favourite restaurant? Let me know in the comments!! There’ll be another post out soon but until then bye for now!!
Amelia Grace a.k.a Amelia in Hull