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Softley's

2 Market Place, Market Bosworth, Warwickshire, CV13 0LE

01455 290 464 Mention your Gourmet card!
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Softleys Restaurant is a Grade II Listed Building dating back to 1794 which now offers en-suite accommodation, luncheons and A La Carte dining in an intimate restaurant. Softleys is in the Market Place of Market Bosworth, an ancient town granted a Royal Charter in 1285AD.
Its modern name comes from the Rev. Derek Softley, a Methodist Minister in the neighbouring Leicestershire village of Barwell. When the old Barwell chapel had to be demolished because the foundations were found to be unsafe, many of the fixtures and fittings including the pews were tastefully blended into Softleys, although today these are no longer used.
Only the finest local food is used at Softleys and all food is prepared from raw ingredients and cooked to order.
It has a calm and comfortable atmosphere where diners can enjoy high quality local food whilst overlooking the historical market place.

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What our members say about Softley's

Gary S.

Nuneaton

We visited softleys for a second time and found the food to be some of the best to offer in the county, yes, it can be a little costly but you cannot put a price on quality.

Sam W.

leicester

We have had our card for abour a year now and have visited a number of restaurants in our area, and must say that this was definatley one of the best. Not cheap by any means, but well worth the trip due to some excellent food and great service

stephen H.

Softley's is a splendid restaurant. It's a bit on the pricey side but the food was first rate. Had a lovely evening.

Wendy D.

Desford

We love Sofleys - the menu is rather expensive, but food is sourced locally and of a very high standard. It is only a small restaurant, but nice ambience - small and friendly. On arrival you are always offered a drink at the bar and shown the menu - you can choose to go directly to your table if you prefer. There is a good choice for all courses. The best ever starter is scallops served on black pudding and wrapped in pancetta, drizzled with a quality balsamic vinegar - delicious if highly priced at about ?8.95 This week I had the fillet steak - not my usual choice (I normally have fish) but it was pefectly cooked and very tender. Vegetables also very good. I also recommend the banoffee pie for desert....mmmmm..... Service great - no complaints although without the gourmet card it would be very expensive.

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