Chelmsford is a county town of Essex in the UK which is always attracted by locals and visitors to have fun and night outs with lots of pubs, clubs and bars. These pubs when got listed first in Essex category and came to be known as one of the best Pub in the UK that are a must visit place when in and around the UK. They provide excellent services and received good reviews from their clients who attended them. Recently, 94 different countries were selected for the National Pub & Bar Awards that was scheduled to be given in 2018.
The Galvin Green Man in Howe Street near Chelmsford got honoured this year which is a gastropub run by Galvin brothers. Last year this Chelmsford Pub received Best Pub in Essex Award that was issued by National Pub and Bar Awards. They are known to offer delicious food and gained reputation since its opening with outstanding food and their la carte menu. Not only this Pub there are a lot of pubs, bars and clubs which attract the locals and as well as tourists visiting this city.
Best Features of Chelmsford Pub
This Award winning Chelmsford Pub was built in 1341 and is nestled on the riverside meadow setting, where the visitors of the pub can find the Chelmer River that runs at the bottom of the beer garden.
It is one of the oldest pubs in Essex has great periodic features which include an open fire and exposed beam.
Their menu is divided into several cuisines which just start with the starters, mains, desserts, drinks and many more.
One would inevitably fall in love with the food and beer that they provide which always gets four and five-star reviews.
The other Awards which this Pub received for their retail Excellency services, individual entrepreneurship, best practice and overall excellence include Michelin Bib Gourmand 2018 and 2 Rosettes from the AA Restaurant Guide 2018.
Conclusion: Chelmsford is a beautiful city and county town of Essex, in the east of England, UK. When planned a visit to its nearby location just drop in any one of its Chelmsford pubs to have fun and taste their food which they serve that is worth each penny.