Brilliant service, food excellent and not pretentious. So glad we stopped here for dinner. The building itself has got a huge amount of history, and you can read about it in the restaurant.
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We popped in to the Rosetta Hotel because we were exploring old hotels in the Midlands and it looked like a friendly, warm, inviting place to get lost in. I chose the chicken livers which were incredibly yummy and I was surprised at how tasty...More
People can make or break any experience and I have to commend Bronwyn and Matt for making our recent short visit to the Rosetta Hotel a pleasurable one. No, that's not right, we had an absolute blast! Thanks also to the owner, Till, for accommodating...More
Lunch (Women's Day) Popped in on our way to the Berg for a quick bite. Ended staying for a couple of hours! Friendly staff, good service excellent food. All four of us had the gourmet burgers. One of the best burgers I've ever tasted and...More
This is our favourite spot in the Midlands for Sunday roast. Friendly, relaxing atmosphere and very yummy roast with all the trimmings and the crunchiest crackling. Big lawn for kids to run around and play on.
Iz and I ate here with friends last week and we were all well catered for. I had an old favourite of mine, fillet steak with piri piri chicken livers as the sauce. Generous portions and well cooked, damn fine. Next time in this area...More
My husband and I booked a table at the Rosetta Hotel based on the recommendation of our landlady. The hotel doesn't look like much from the outside, but was warm and welcoming on the inside - despite a power outage. The staff were all welcoming...More
We were recommended to eat here as it is a local to the place we stayed. we were not disappointed. The food is the usual pub fare but was good and tasty and at a very affordable price. Good beers and pleasant atmosphere too. Will...More