COVID 19 (corona virus update)
Dear customers and friends
In line with the Government’s recent announcement our pubs will now be fully closed for the short term to protect lives.
To serve our local communities we had tried to keep many of our pubs open for takeaway and for the hotel users and some of our pubs even served groceries in their villages. But to protect the health and safety of our teams and our customers we will now close our business in its entirety until advised that we are able to re-open. We’re all hoping it won’t be for too long.
If you need to contact us in the meantime please use our email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to welcoming you back as soon as possible. We all wish you good health and spirits in these difficult times until we have the pleasure of welcoming you back to your local.
Managing Director – Upham Pubs
Welcome to The Thomas Lord, our beautifully restored traditional village pub, offering an excellent range of real ales and a menu full of mouth-watering meals, seven days a week.
The Thomas Lord nestles in the picturesque Hampshire village of West Meon, close to the historic market town of Petersfield, not far from the beautiful city of Winchester and with easy access from the M27 and M3.
There’s also some stunning scenery to be enjoyed year-round, on foot or by cycle, in the nearby rolling countryside of the lovely Meon Valley.
“The cheerleader for Hampshire cooking.” The Independent
“Great food, faultless service and very reasonably priced. We ate here on a weekday evening with a friend. Service was impeccable and very friendly, food was delicious and the bar has a well-stocked selection of ales. Will be going back!” Jonny M, Midhurst
We hosted a birthday family meal here. Fantastic food all round! We all left very happy and feeling elevated! Thank you chef for going out of your way for us. It was very well executed! Waitress was also very knowledgeable about the product and attentive. Beautiful surroundings with some lovely details. Everyone in my party, all fussy I will add, were extremely impressed! Good work!
Very cosy, good beer, nice garden. The cooking is at a high level. The fireplace gives a nice atmosphere. It is decorated with old cricket memorabilia, as Thomas Lord was buried in the cemetery near the pub.
I needed to find a place to eat middle distance between family members. So I stuck a pin in a map. The Thomas Lord is a traditional village pub, wooden floors, open fires good beers. The food, though simple sounding, was cooked to perfection and presented beautifully. The steaks were cooked as requested and the ox cheek dish was sublime. The service was attentive but not over bearing. I hope to return in the very near future. Lovely pub, lovely food.
This is a wonderful pub, plenty of oak and leather, with its fair share of class. We came for the food and it didn't disappoint. Mainly sourced locally, superbly presented, and equally up to measure on the taste front. Fantastic!
Having had a couple of lunches at the pub earlier in the year, we booked an evening meal for a large group of 16 of us. The lovely pub had wonderful food, and the staff really looked after us. It is ideal for small or large groups, as they have various options for rooms, tables and groups sizes. Third recent visit and the experience just gets better!
(sourdough base cooked in stone baked oven)
Margarita £10 - add pepperoni £2
Lamb belly, pickled red cabbage, red onion, jalapeño, cucumber & yoghurt dressing £13
Mushroom, smoked aubergine, mozzarella, kale & truffle oil £12
Hot smoked chalk stream trout, tiger prawn, peas, asparagus, lemon & mascarpone £13
Dry aged beef burger with cheese, bacon & truffle mayonnaise £11
Potato salad | Spicy coleslaw £3 each
Available Friday 4pm-8pm / Saturday 12.30pm -8pm / Sunday 12.30pm – 8pm.
Orders by mobile phone call or text message – 07805469043.