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 Selected Comments in Buckinghamshire

Alan Bond
 Jazz nights at the Firefly
Back in the 1970s there were some great jazz nights at the Firefly with some visiting American Musicians. Two that I recall were Bud Freeman and Wingy Manone. We're losing far too many good pubs these days !
Wednesday, May 1, 2019Rating: rosettes

Jane Clarke
 Still going strong...
Now in my 18th year here - the whole pub industry has lost many small locals due to the recession and yet somehow I've managed to survive! Last year saw the wooden gazebo installed (the new smoking shelter) complete with fairy lights and heating. Also new upholstery indoors and some nice garden furniture too. Latest news is the redecoration of the loos - long overdue - and if we have another good summer then there will be more investment to brighten everything else. However, the best thing about this pub is the friendliness of customers and staff - always happy to welcome new friends!
Thursday, March 6, 2014Rating: rosettes

Jane Clarke
Thursday, February 20, 2014Rating: No rosettes

Thursday, February 20, 2014Rating: No rosettes

Jane Clarke
Thursday, February 20, 2014Rating: No rosettes

Jane Clarke
Thursday, February 20, 2014Rating: No rosettes

Jane Clarke
Thursday, February 20, 2014Rating: No rosettes

Jane Clarke
Thursday, February 20, 2014Rating: No rosettes

Jane Clarke
Thursday, February 20, 2014Rating: No rosettes

Jane Clarke
Thursday, February 20, 2014Rating: No rosettes

Thursday, February 20, 2014Rating: No rosettes

 Music sounded like seventies porno film
went in sunday and it was ok food tasty but not much choice. would go again if they turn that awful 70's background music.
Monday, July 16, 2012Rating: rosettes

jenny stubbs
 new management
6 of us just had a brilliant Boxing Day lunch here. Real ale top class I'm advised. Food excellent quality and good value. Superb traditional English pub with great ambience and service. Will be packed when more get to know!
Monday, December 26, 2011Rating: rosettes

James Parker
 Outstanding food and beer
The food at the Bell and Bear is nothing short of outstanding. It's so nice to know that we have such a good restaurant nearby to take family and friends when they visit. Also, any real ale fan will have a fieldtrip there's always a good selection on offer!
Saturday, November 19, 2011Rating: rosettes

Ron Tucker
Sevice very good,attentive & friendly. Food very good but small portions. Some items considered a little pricy. Nice ambience.
Would certainly go here again.
Sunday, September 18, 2011Rating: rosettes

Irene Irwin
NZ Kiwis were visiting friends in Amersham in July 2010 and they took us to the Hit and Miss for dinner. We all had rack of lamb - delicious. Some people brought their dog in - that was nice. We dont do that in NZ. The low ceiling and quaint interior were a real eye opening. Comfortable, homely, pleasant. Waitress didn't know what 'spotted dick pudding' was! Aww..
Friday, July 8, 2011Rating: rosettes

John Turner
 Under new management. A great place.
We were a large group of hungry children and their Dads that had walked up to Pink and Lily from Brimmer's farm. What a find! The new publican, Steve, and his team were incredibly helpful and friendly. The food was great. The beer was spot on. Exceptional service. I saw the barmaid patiently and pleasantly help a particularly rude Rambler who was upset that her Coke was too large.

The interior is fresh and comfortable and I gather that they have only been open for a week since the renovations were complete. The pub boasts a very nice garden and a good size car park. Thoroughly recommended!
Monday, June 20, 2011Rating: rosettes

 Listed in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide 2011
Tuesday, June 14, 2011Rating: No rosettes

Jill Bailey
ate here on 17 april 2011.the food was poor the roast pototoes were not cooked the staff were unfriendly and to top it all their was a piece of metal in the vegtables
we travelled a long way to a attractive pub but not much more
Monday, April 18, 2011Rating: rosettes

Gary Peterson
 Change of Guard
We were surprised to return here after a camping trip to Emberton Park last Saturday to find the owners had changed. Hoping for a Thai meal 14 of us sat in the garden, only to find out there isn't anymore Thai food. What we got instead we didn't expect...Seriously excellent food, service and beer. The menu in the window said parties of 7 needed to book but we were accommodated without trouble. The chef owner is the former landlords son and this seems to have had an effect on expanding trade as it was quite busy. The food is no longer thai but british with focus on fresh local ingredients, the food is unbelievably cheap for the quality. I've been a chef for 20 years and the rack of Lamb I had was cooked to perfection as good as any rosette awarded restaurant and perfectly seasoned. Incredible all the ingredients were sourced from within 5 miles of the pub, most of it from village residents. Areas of the pub need redecorating but we enjoyed our afternoon here. We will return next year for sure.
Wednesday, July 7, 2010Rating: rosettes

Chris Dwyer
Had heard the pub was worth a visit and we travelled 30 minutes to get there. Great beer garden however very dissapointing meal. Both my wife and my roasts were the quality of the Tesco Cafeteria at best and served cold (and still 10 per roast). I'd go for a beer in the garden, but that's it.
Sunday, April 4, 2010Rating: rosettes

 Good News!
Looking forward to supporting a welcome addition to the Village :)
Monday, October 12, 2009Rating: No rosettes

James Bacon
Hello, just wanted to inform people the contact number given is incorrect, it is 01494 488255!

Monday, October 12, 2009Rating: No rosettes

Ian Rogers
 Absolutely right
The new owner is right. I went there with my wife and a friend and the tapas is excellent, wine good and not too expensive, hospitality brilliant and a lovely atmosphere. Perfect for the girls. Will definitely go again
Friday, September 25, 2009Rating: rosettes

Paul Fullagar
 New Owner
The White Lion has been totally refurbished under new ownership and is now a fabulous wine bar / tapas restaurant.
Wednesday, September 23, 2009Rating: rosettes

For those on a wheat-free diet it's a bit of a nightmare as they cover everything in flour. Phoned beforehand and was told it wouldn't be a problem catering for me! For the rest of my party that don't have this problem their food was lovely. Don't sit in the middle of the room as there's quite a draft that whizzes through! Sit in front of one of the lovely fires.
Monday, February 9, 2009Rating: rosettes

Jane Clarke
 New Pool table!
We are delighted to announce the very successful installation of a Pool table. Despite the smoking ban and now the doom and gloom of a recession, the Pool table is a great source of entertainment and amusement. Designed to be easily relocated for party nights or darts matches, it has quickly become a popular feature.
Tuesday, December 23, 2008Rating: rosettes

Jamie Rankin
at last this place has been turned into a place i would like to live and the food is delicious!
Saturday, December 13, 2008Rating: rosettes

pete myatt
 Great pub, good beer, tasty food
Just visited the Lions and can only assume it has changed since some of the comments here were posted. The beer was perfect (I had a pint of 6X and a Pride) - beautifully kept and room temperature.

Food was superb with a selection of 6 veggy dishes - my greek salad was gourgeous.

Service was superb - friendly, helpful and accomodating.

Actual pub layout a wonderful old feel
Tuesday, October 7, 2008Rating: rosettes

Edwina Smout
 This pub is now a Zizzi pizza restaurant.
Monday, June 16, 2008Rating: No rosettes

went to this pub for the first time the other day. wow trust me what a place the landlord jim is a legend this will definatley be my local from now on
Sunday, February 4, 2007Rating: rosettes

 Lovely Sunday lunch
Our three-generation party was made very welcome - there were quite a few other guests with young children... all very well behaved. Food and service was great.

Sunday, January 28, 2007Rating: rosettes

Dr Ernest Bardo
 Not a nice place to be...
The pub, its atmosphere and reputation were created by its previous owners. I have eaten there at least once a week for the past twenty years; however it has deteriorated in the last 5 or so, due to the lack of change and unfriendly nature of the management. Many of the regulars, who were also Princes Risborough residents like me, commute to our jobs in London, and to have a nice local place to eat was a must. Without exception they have all now abandoned this pub as a bad lot after various run-ins with the management over poor quality ale, cold and poorly prepared food and service, it seems the money has now left. If you like a pub full of loud, brash, illiterate, bad smelling, drunk yokels then this is the place for you. The food is sometimes edible but often, in fact very often, just re-heated rubbish.
Friday, January 26, 2007Rating: No rosettes

Outstanding Food, Friendly Atmoshphere and a very warm feeling for such a small pub in the middle of nowhere!! ... 10 out of 10
Thursday, January 25, 2007Rating: rosettes

 Still the best garden for miles!
Website now up and running at www.pheasant-waterside.co.uk
Tuesday, January 23, 2007Rating: rosettes

Fabulous pub with friendly atmosphere.
Food great value for money.
Saturday, January 6, 2007Rating: rosettes

 Comments re-instated
I am a little confused as to why my comments regarding the Lions at Bledlow have been removed. There may have been a few typos but there certainly was no abusive content. There is little or no point in having a review site if it must all be positive. I have visited this pub on a number of occasions over the years and, as I said in my post, have previously always been impressed. If I hadn't been I would not have recommended it as a place for a goup of friends to take a drive out to. I see that some of group's messages have been left and the user name Funk had driven al the way from the south coast, others had come from East Hertfodshire, Cambridshire and Northamptonshire. If the site is to be called Best Pubs,. Perhaps the inclusion of the Lions should be reviewed?
Monday, January 1, 2007Rating: rosettes

Geoff Colson
 18th century builing
Frendly landlord and wife. Excellent range of home-cooked food, reasonably priced.
London Pride on tap plus two guest beers.
Pleasant outdoor area for warmer days
Sunday, December 3, 2006Rating: rosettes

Rita Chambers
 I wish I had read this website before
The old and grey cockney landlord came down after we had had our meals. He heard me tell the waitress that the steak was slightly overdone. This must have upset him as he then decided to give his opinion on my comment. He informed me I shouldn't be worried about the overdone steak, I should be wondering about the special sauce of his own he had used on my meal. My son was very restrained and we left the pub with me in tears and him laughing. I don't understand why anyone would be so mean.
Wednesday, November 29, 2006Rating: No rosettes

David Kronschnabl
 The best local pub in my erea
I have live in Emberton Village for 43 years and the Bell and Bear is my local pub. where the food was not that good and i have seen it go down hill.Until Basil & his good lady came and change it to a Thai Resturant 3years ago. This is now my local pub for good food and good service through out.They are also good if you are are having a birthday party as they will get the cake for you if you are to busy
Tuesday, November 28, 2006Rating: rosettes

Joe Blogs
 spade oak in bourne end
Michael Taylor speaks a load of crap. this restraunt is the best i have been to and i have been to many over the years. the service is brilliant and the food exceptional. I would recomend this rstraunt to anyone in passing and also my friends.
Friday, November 24, 2006Rating: rosettes

Welcoming and witty landlord, great food and drink and a warm fire... What better way to spend an evening, afternoon or lunch!
Thursday, November 23, 2006Rating: rosettes

Evil Dave
 Dear Webbie
Why bother with a rating system then - just give them all a 5 Rosette rank? Why list every pub in the UK, if you're only after the BEST pubs? It naturally follows that if some pubs are the best then others are not - and the Lions is clearly the latter. You have a duty of care to your readers AND the pubs listed to report both the positive and negative comments they attract (save the gratuitously abusive) so that they may keep the positives and improve upon the negatives. If you remove the negatives then you're just propogated poor practice and are no better than a toadying sycophant. What I said earlier about the internet being a dangerous place to develop a bad name for yourself applies as much to this site as the pubs in question - people must know that they can trust your reviews, and that they aren't a watered down version (pun most certainly intended). Oh and sort out the formatting - I had all sorts of paragraphs and quotes in my previous (now also removed) post, and this site just merges them into one long drawl - hardly good for ease of scansion. Screen capture again taken.
Monday, November 6, 2006Rating: No rosettes

Erroneous e mail address complete with the use of bad language! If you hate the pub so much then why bother putting a comment on, after all the site is called Bestpubs!
Monday, November 6, 2006Rating: No rosettes

 Not impressed
Having been glowingly recommended by one of our group, we were shocked and appalled by the attitude of the staff, the quality of food and drink and the fact that they ran out of a number of desserts as well - planning people, planning! It's not like you'd EXPECT to be busy on a weekend is it...?

Staff were surly, disinterested (in fact almost downright rude), have clearly forgotten what customer service is and caused embarrassment to the person who recommended them - he felt bad he'd taken us to a place that was a let down. We were left standing waiting to pay (after having agreed we could do so by splitting up a tab - which was written out in such an incredibly unclear manner it was ridiculous), we had to decipher and calculate our own amounts without any indication of breakdown from the staff. In fact, we very nearly walked out without paying after being left there - it was clear no-one wanted to deal with us as 'problem' customers.

We'll never visit again, and we'll let people know about the bad experience we had. It's a shame as it was obviously once very good, has a great location, plenty of parking and is beautiful inside. I can't recommend highly enough that you avoid this pub at all costs. The sad fact is, most of this could have been forgiven and forgotten with a simple apology, perhaps a small waiver as a token gesture and at least we wouldn't be sat here complaining on a website.

Oh, and to whoever censored these posts, you have a moral obligation to re-instate them - otherwise you as a site are doing no favours to the users looking for genuine feedback on the pubs you list.

Sort it out.
Sunday, November 5, 2006Rating: rosettes

 Low ceilings.
Low ceilings are ghey.
Sunday, November 5, 2006Rating: No rosettes

Dom Drums
 Live music
Best pub in Buckingham!
Great venue, friendly staff, good beer and the best live music, (the 'Von Trapps' ROCK!!!)
The barmaids are always hot!
Wednesday, October 25, 2006Rating: rosettes

lovely food great service and lovely land lady who made us feel welcome
Tuesday, August 22, 2006Rating: rosettes

Kevin J Dyke
 Want to come and visit
My great grandparents met each other at the Chequers Inn back in 1891. My great grandmother, Elizabeth Fensom, was staying with her sister Emily at the time. Emily and her husband John Chillips were the Inn Keepers at that time. From the stories handed down, it was a romantic courtship with boating on the river, and a decision to run away and elopeif the families did not agree to the marriage. Now that I have finally tracked down this infamous part of our family history, I can't wait to come and visit next time I am in England. Kevin Dyke. Sydney, Australia.
Tuesday, August 22, 2006Rating: No rosettes

 Not to be missed
Although this pub is slightly off the beaten track I would advise anyone not to miss it. The menu selection has something for evryone and is most delicious. The staff are friendly curtious and its nice to have service with a smile for a change. The food is of a reasonable price range, good portions and much, much better than your average pub grub.
Wednesday, August 9, 2006Rating: rosettes

Carole Curtis
 No problems with the Spade Oak in the 6+ years we/
My workmates and I meet at this pub every month and have always found it very good, both in quality and service. Try it for yourself before deciding.
Thursday, July 27, 2006Rating: rosettes

 great friendly place
staff are friendly
good nights in there are friday and sat rest of week is good also
Wednesday, June 28, 2006Rating: rosettes

S. Rost
A lovely meal and served by a hospitable waitress. I had my usual belly pork for main, a favourite of mine and it was excellent as usual. Being from Great Missenden with only 3 main pubs on the main high street I am now limited to 2. This is because I refuse to go back to the White Lion for one simple reason - The rude and unhospitable landlord. His unprevoked verbal attack on my elderly mother and myself was upsetting to say the least. I did note, however, that he waited until I had paid the bill before becoming rude. He is obviously not short of customers or is not concerned with further repeat business or his local clientele. I had heard of his reputation from the other restaurants and pubs in the local area but decided to reserve judgement for myself - Silly me!
Tuesday, May 23, 2006Rating: No rosettes

 One of the last traditional locals
Visited The Red Lion for the first time in over a year last week and what a transformation. Great place for a pint and a chat - I'll be going back regularly from now on!
Sunday, May 21, 2006Rating: rosettes

 Food - ok, service - abhorrent
The review I have submitted below with 5 rossettes was a mistake but the website doesn't allow you to put a minus figure, unfortunatly.
Tuesday, May 16, 2006Rating: No rosettes

 Food - ok, service - abhorrent
What more can I say?

A nice evening with good company ruined by a Landlord who acted as though he would rather be doing anything else than the job he was paid to do, possibly the most unproffesional and rude man I have ever met, and I've met a lot of men.

Tuesday, May 16, 2006Rating: rosettes

I found the food in this pub to be the best feature. Everything else was severely sub-standard - including the landlord who makes Basil Fawlty look like a gentleman. He posesses the social skills of a chimp.
Tuesday, May 16, 2006Rating: No rosettes

Michael Skywalker
 Never Again
I can safely say that was one of the worst evening i have spent. Good food ruined by rude landlord. I do wish I had gone down the road
Tuesday, May 16, 2006Rating: No rosettes

 Good food, Bad Landlord
Food was superb but even that is not enough for me to go back and put up with a landlord who could obviously do with attending a Customer Service course or an Anger management group. Never have I experienced someone in the trade who is so arrogant and rude. He personally made the whole experience a bitter disappointment. Horrible man.
Tuesday, May 16, 2006Rating: No rosettes

Mrs Barnes
 1 Star
Food and wine was good, but evening ruined by the poor service, and rudeness of trhe staff.
Tuesday, May 16, 2006Rating: rosettes

Madeleine Forsyth
 Phone help
I am very grateful for the kindness and courtesy of the staff who helped with a question about Iver completely unconnected with pubs !

ITheir kindness is much appreciated.
Monday, April 24, 2006Rating: rosettes

 Great place
The No. 1 pub in Beaconsfield with great people and all the footy on the big screens.
Monday, April 10, 2006Rating: rosettes

Tina Massie
The Red Lion in Knotty Green is now under new management. You can contact us at info@redlionweb.com, visit the website - www.redlionweb.com or call 01494 680888. We look forward to welcoming you!
Wednesday, March 8, 2006Rating: rosettes

Teresa Somes
 bad food
Overpriced, tasteless food. Salmon and cod fishcakes had no salmon, lots of potato. Pate was just as bad, with little flavour and served with toast made from supermarket bread. Would have been tolerable, but bill came to 105 for four people - no wine, and no dessert.
Tuesday, March 7, 2006Rating: No rosettes

it's so delicious
Wednesday, January 4, 2006Rating: rosettes

 so gay
really really gay
Tuesday, December 20, 2005Rating: rosettes

Jeff Peterson
 The best pub in the Thames Valley
Cedric and Elaine are the best hosts I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. Support them with all their charity work and good times down at the Carps!!!
Tuesday, November 8, 2005Rating: rosettes

Anne and David
 Great local
We are lucky enough to live just down the road from the Royal Standard and we LOVE it. I've been going there since before I was old enough to drink and I'm a grandmother now. The new owners have restored its dignity and breathed life back into it. Fabulous ambience and the food and drink are wonderful. We just hug ourselves that it's our local!
Saturday, October 8, 2005Rating: rosettes

Michael Taylor
 Food reheated
I ordered three mealson a monday lunch time Of which the roast chicken was very dry, I asked for no peas yet they were served, Another meal, the haddock and chips was plainly reheated as the batter was very dark brown and the fish inside again was dry. In all presentation and eating was not a pleasant exprience. Avoid this restuarant.
Monday, September 26, 2005Rating: rosettes

 Wonderful food and hosts
This is one of the most welcoming bar restaurants in the area. They do spanish Tapas ( cooked by Juan who owns the place ) and english food. The food is extremely good and you are made very welcome. It has a lovely garden and surroundings a perfect place to relax to nice background music and wonderful hosts. The menu is huge and very varied with some unusual dishes. Prices are very reasonable and all the food is cooked from fresh. All I can say is Great food, Great Atmosphere, Great company.
Sunday, August 21, 2005Rating: No rosettes

 good food, bad atmosphere
Food was delicious and the service was excellent, beware of the obnoxious landlord and toffy-nosed clientele
Friday, July 15, 2005Rating: rosettes

 publican bans!
Thursday, July 14, 2005Rating: rosettes

Malcolm Kew
 Good pub in lovely surroundings.
Nice,friendly pub high on the hill above Risborough. The food is good, although helpings are a wee bit small (Sunday lunch). A good pub to go before or after a walk or cycle in the hills.
Wednesday, July 13, 2005Rating: rosettes

jon goode
 Music entertainment
Seen the best live bands ever on Friday nights in the Kings Head. Lovely barmaids as well!
Thursday, June 30, 2005Rating: rosettes

Tom Grundy
The best pub I have been to in years. The new owners seem to know what they are doing. Food is great, the drink even better. More variety than the average pub. A joy to visit. Dogs allowed in, Molly happy. Belgian beers - wow.
Saturday, June 18, 2005Rating: rosettes

john smith
 Fantastic value for money
visited the pub on a busy weekend evening, ordered the rib eye steak and was told there would be a wait of about 30 minutes. We did appreciate being told and it was well worth the wait. Nice to be told (when ordering) if there is a delay and definately worth another visit
Sunday, June 12, 2005Rating: rosettes

 The best ever
This pub is the best. Love the people, and the landlord is a total laugh. Wouldnt trade it for the world!
Friday, June 10, 2005Rating: rosettes

Sue Elias
 Outstanding pub/restaurant
For an outstanding meal in delightful surroundings, looked after by very pleasant and helpful staff, look no further. Everything about this venue is outstanding.
Monday, June 6, 2005Rating: rosettes

 Wow! The oldest pub in England
What a fantastastic survivor of a different way of life. This pub has been serving ale since saxon times, and has luckily managed to see the centuries out without any scars.
This is what all pubs should look like and be like. The locals and travellers immediately feel at home when they walk in the door. This pub is the hub, as Prince Charles says.
Monday, May 9, 2005Rating: rosettes

Tim Martin
 Suberb and exquisite
A lovely pub/ restaurant environment with excellent service and fantastic food. Cannot think of a bad thing to say about the whole experience.

I would whole heartily recommend a leisurely visit
Thursday, May 5, 2005Rating: rosettes

 Best garden for miles!
Traditional pub with high standards and a reputation for great beer. Dog and child friendly (as long as they are well behaved and under control!), well supported by locals. Occasional litter of quality GSDs; an event looked forward to by most regulars who get to help with the socialisation of the puppies from an early age until they go to their new homes at 8 weeks old. We have high standards for cleanliness and conduct.
Saturday, April 30, 2005Rating: rosettes

Harris Johnson
 Long ago patron
If this is the same Red Lion, I have many eveinings there in the 1950's when I lived at Knotty Green.
Saturday, April 9, 2005Rating: rosettes

Friday, April 1, 2005Rating: rosettes

Chris - Risborough
 Lions of Bledlow - review
On arrival you are struck by the inside, its great, low ceilings, fireplace, large bar. Lots of seating tucked away. But the food, small servigs, very greasy, oh and even better when they brought one of my fellow dinners main course 15 mins before the rest of us. Good pub for a drink, bad for food
Sunday, March 20, 2005Rating: rosettes

Richard Boucher
 Excellent music venue & restaurant
Ambience is excellent, fun, trendy and the food is delicious. Not too pricey either.

Staff are friendly and helpful.

No one ever answers the phone!!
Wednesday, March 2, 2005Rating: rosettes

libby tonnington
 Needs updating
The pub is a lovely place, but should be used to its best....The decor inside is trying to look traditional but somehow manages to look outdated,unflattering and makes it look dingy. With a new lighting system, lick of light coloured paint and new bathrooms and kitchen, it would be perfect!
Wednesday, February 2, 2005Rating: No rosettes

Jas Bezzle
 Two Brewers
Good food and a lovely atmospheric pub.
Thursday, January 27, 2005Rating: rosettes

This Pub is Actually in Emberton not olney, has a fantastic Thai Restaurant and Take-Away, also serves a Traditional Sunday Roast, Childrens Menu available on request.
Saturday, January 22, 2005Rating: rosettes

Travis Spice
 Great Pub with friendly staff
I had lunch at the pub with my wife and aunt. We had bangers and mash and a spicy chicken sandwich. The portions were a good size and the food was excellent. We also had dessert that was very good. The pub has an added patio room (or conservatory as it is called in the UK) that allows for non-smoking customers to enjoy their meals. This was a delight as most pubs do not separate the non-smoking area this well. The staff was incredibly friendly. Being from the US, I like the official pint glasses and asked if I could buy 4 from them. The owners simply gave me 4 brand new glasses at no charge.
Ratings (0-5)
Atmosphere: 5
Food: 5
Service: 5
Location: 3 (only because the pub is out of the way if you are not going to Buckingham)
Monday, November 29, 2004Rating: rosettes

Richard Ayres
 The only real pub in Amersham
A true pub with a cross-section of all age-groups as cilentele, excellent food, and the beer kept at the correct temperature! With the demise of the Kings Arms this is the only traditional pub left in Amersham, the others being either adjuncts to hotels or restaurants or given over to the under 30 age group.
Wednesday, October 20, 2004Rating: rosettes

Jane Clarke
 Pleasant friendly locals watering hole.
Dog friendly locals pub boasting a fabulous riverside garden with play area. Food not served, but customers are welcome to bring a picnic or order a pizza in. Open all day weekends and Bank Holidays, midweek open from 5 pm only.
Monday, October 18, 2004Rating: rosettes

John D. Chisholm
 Great English Pub with great food
This pub has got to be seen, 900 years of character with only a 40 minute drive from central London.
If your a visitor and only visit one pub, this must be the one.
Great beer, Great food with a fabulous atmosphere.
If only all English pubs were like this one.
Tuesday, August 31, 2004Rating: rosettes

Robert Wright
 Restaurant with excellent food and bar
The restaurant has a excellent menu which is served with a well chosen wine list. The staff are without doubt excellent, never short of a smile and unerringly helpful. The price is not cheap but for that service alone it is worth the money.
Thursday, July 8, 2004Rating: No rosettes

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