Tobie Norris

A warren of ancient rooms, a good period atmosphere, a fine choice of drinks, enjoyable food and seats outside


Speciality beers
Cask ales
  • Sandwiches sold

Dogs allowed in the restaurant

Bar food times: 12-2.30, 6-9 Mon-Thurs; 12-9.30 Fri, Sat; 12-8 Sun

Typical main dish: Stone-baked pizzas with a choice of toppings

Typical main dish price: £10.95

Average two course evening meal price: £24.00

  • Speciality beers
  • Cask ales

Price of cheapest bitter: £4.00

Name of cheapest bitter: Oakham Ales Citra

  • Children allowed in the bar
  • Children allowed in the restaurant

Child restrictions: Children welcome until 8pm

  • Dogs allowed in the bar
  • Dogs allowed in the restaurant

Pub pets: Dogs on leads welcome

The good pub guide review

There's plenty of places to sit in this beautifully restored building, which dates from the late 13th c and was once a bell foundry. The charming series of small, characterful rooms have worn flagstones and meticulously stripped stonework, with a huge hearth for the woodburning stove in one room, and steeply pitched rafters in one of the two upstairs rooms. A snug end conservatory opens out to a narrow but sunny two-level courtyard with seats and tables. There's a wide variety of furnishings from pews and wall settles to comfortable armchairs, and a handsomely panelled shrine to Nelson and the Battle of Trafalgar. Attentive, friendly staff serve St Austell Tribute, Oakham Citra and local guests from the likes of Baker's Dozen, Hopshackle and Nene Valley on handpump, farm cider and 19 wines by the glass; board games and TV.

The good pub guide food review

Enjoyable food includes focaccia sandwiches and pizza wraps, sharing boards, beetroot falafel with tzatziki, whitebait with paprika mayonnaise, sea bass with vegetable stir-fry and yuzu dressing, Indian-style burger with sag aloo and sweet onion bhaji, beer-battered fish and chips, pork belly with black pudding bubble and squeak, buttered greens, roasted carrots and cider jus, and puddings such as chocolate melting pot (for two) and lemon tart with winter berry compote and strawberry ice-cream.

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Contact Details

Tobie Norris, 12 St. Pauls Street, Stamford, Lincolnshire, PE9 2BE

(01780) 753800

Pub Group: Knead Pubs

Opening Hours

Weekdays: 10am-11pm; 10am-midnight Fri

Saturday: 10am-midnight

Sunday: 11-10.30