Restaurant 1861

Eating Out in Abergavenny, Monmouthshire

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Restaurant 1861

Eating Out

Restaurant 1861 is a family run venue for appreciating the very best of fabulous local produce, cooked to perfection and presented with a delicate and imaginative touch.With its rural location, it offers a fine alternative to country pubs while providing a sophisticated ambience with friendly attentive and highly professional service.

Opening times from12pm & 7pm.Parties large and small can be easily accommodated and sometimes even have a spare table available for passers by, so don't hesitate to call in if you're passing.

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Contact Us

Cross Ash ,
Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, NP7 8PB

845 388 1861



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