Quirky, eccentric and playful the Cosy Club offers informal casual dining, drinking and lounging in a homely and family friendly environment.
‘Think gents club meets village hall meets cricket pavilion.’
The Cosy Club’s menu majors on comfort food classics as well as offering an extensive brunch menu, a decent variety of sandwiches, and a great selection of tapas.
You can expect great coffee (and cake), an imaginative soft drinks selection, a good selection of draught beer/cider/ale, a compact list of decent plonk, a nicely proportioned list of classic cocktails and a cracking back bar.
The interior of a Cosy Club is cosy (strangely enough), impressive and a bit mad! Eras and styles clash in an eccentric, eclectic fantasia. The furniture is a mixture of tables & dining chairs, battered old club chairs, and sleek 1930’s sofas. On the walls you’ll see oil paintings, banners, flags, a splash of taxidermy and all sorts of unusual pictures and prints. Lighting is soft and sumptuous.