THINGS TO EAT: The Fox Hole, Piercebridge

The Fox Hole Restaurant

I’ve spoken about my love for The Fox Hole before and it seems I’m not the only one who enjoys a visit there. By the sounds of it, it has become my folks go to place, especially since discovering that dogs are allowed in part of the bar. When my mum suggested that we had dinner there, I jumped at the chance.

The Fox Hole Bar

The Fox Hole Restaurant

The Fox Hole

I wasn’t really sure what I wanted to eat though and was in one of those horribly indecisive moods. You’re hungry, but you don’t know what it is that you’re craving. I decided to give into this time and order something with a bit of variety, finally settling on the antipasto. Stacked with delicious cured meats, tomatoes and stacks of thickly sliced bread and butter, it ended up being the perfect choice. I happily dug in, occasionally let my mum’s fork wander onto my plate so that she could steal the olives.Bread

Bruschetta

While I tucked into my platter, my nana and mum both decided to have the crab salad. That’s not exactly my cup of tea, but they seemed to enjoy it and apparently my mum ordered it the week before too! It was on the board as a special though, so I think she might be disappointed when it disappears.Chips

Crab SaladWhile I sipped away at my coffee (as usual), my Nana tried a herbal, non alcoholic drink which she loved but I couldn’t stand the smell! For the live of me, I now can’t remember the name of it, but it was the first time I had ever heard if it. If nothing else, it certainly photographed well!

The Fox Hole coffee
Fox Hole DrinkSince my visit, I’ve also noticed a couple of cheeky check-ins on my parents’ facebook accounts so it seems that I’m not the only Schweizer who is a little bit in love with The Fox Hole…

Kelly x

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