Pub Food Restaurants in Chelmsford

Find the best Pub Food Restaurants in Chelmsford as recommended by local Chelmsford people in thebestof Chelmsford's Pub Food Restaurants directory.
Spotlight Businesses in Chelmsford
The Compasses
This venue has captured everything you'd want to find in a pub perfectly. Pub food classics with incredible wine pairings, old classics meet new favourites. Stunning food, perfect pints and a beautiful atmosphere all encapsulated in a modern take of a traditional setting. We cannot recommend the compasses highly enough!
The Courtyard
The Courtyard is a vibrant day & evening experience in the heart of Chelmsford. Enjoy the sun trap that is The Courtyard or a relaxed drink and chat in our upstairs Lounge area with two eight ball pool tables, perfect for light hearted activities with friends.
Pub Food Restaurants in Chelmsford
The Blue Lion
Something for everyone, The Blue Lion is a great pub with stylish and comfortable surroundings to catch up with friends over a drink. With free Wi-Fi and you can grab a bite to eat from our menu. The spacious beer garden offers a fantastic dog friendly retreat come rain or shine, all year round.
The Railway Tavern
Pubs are bars or taverns that sell meals and frequently function as gathering spots for locals. People visit pubs to eat lunch, to drink beer, or to play darts with their friends. Pub, an abbreviated version of public house, first appeared in print in 1859. Today, the word pub is more or less synonymous with tavern; both are primarily places to drink beer, wine, or spirits, though a pub (especially in Great Britain) is seen as vital to its neighborhood, a cozy place to gather. In the sixteenth century, a public house was first "any building open to the public," and then "an inn that sells food and drink."
The Ship Pub
Pubs are bars or taverns that sell meals and frequently function as gathering spots for locals. People visit pubs to eat lunch, to drink beer, or to play darts with their friends. Pub, an abbreviated version of public house, first appeared in print in 1859. Today, the word pub is more or less synonymous with tavern; both are primarily places to drink beer, wine, or spirits, though a pub (especially in Great Britain) is seen as vital to its neighborhood, a cozy place to gather. In the sixteenth century, a public house was first "any building open to the public," and then "an inn that sells food and drink."
Search Businesses
Search all our Chelmsford businesses below by business name/category:
Spotlight Businesses
Bawtrees Solicitors
The Courtyard
The Compasses
Shwings
Meadows Shopping Centre
Marsh Farm
Popular Categories