Fine dining at the William B

The William Boosey has stood for many years in prime position in Hatfield Peverel. Sadly time and recession took it’s toll and a new ease of life beckoned for this aged pub and tired décor.

After being taken over by the Blue group some years ago, and taking the new moniker of The William B, Hatfield Peverel has retained a beloved icon and gained a wonderful eatery!

Our dining experience at the William B was more than we expected. As soon as we arrived we were struck be the wonderful décor, comfortable surroundings and an ambience that made us feel immediately at home.

The staff were friendly, but not too invasive, our comfort was of utmost importance and they were very attentive.

The selection of food as shown on the example menu, appeals to all palettes and when delivered, was beautifully presented and generously portioned.

We weren’t hurried through our meal, we were asked if we needed more time, and the wine accompanying the meal was perfect.

Our delicious 4 course meal was rounded off with a coffee and cocktail, made by the experienced staff to perfection.

We had a lovely evening, felt relaxed and ended feeling well fed and dare I say ever so slightly tipsy! A perfect evening by anyone’s standards and thoroughly recommended to our readers of the community hub.

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