The Hinds Head

A picturesque village made famous by its unusually principled vicar, Bray is about as British as it gets – and nowhere more so than The Hind’s Head, which has been serving the inhabitants and all manner of visitors since the 1400’s, when it was first established as a hunting lodge and coaching inn.

Our menus reflect this illustrious and highly individual lineage, offering versions of classic British dishes – the famous and the unjustly forgotten – all cooked with exceptional technical dexterity and consummate culinary imagination. A separate bar menu offers lighter snacks, real ales, a carefully selected wine list and cocktail menu that includes concoctions like the Great Expectations.

This one Michelin star pub’s unique approach to food and drink makes The Hinds Head a special place to visit.

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The Urban Guide to the Countryside - Bucks & Oxon