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  • 2018’s Michelin winners

    The judge's scores are in, they've held up their Michelin paddleboards and here are the winners in Bucks, Oxon and beyond.

  • All that jazz

    The restaurant/bar at architectural salvage troopers LASSCO in mid-Oxfordshire now has regular live music nights and a fab new food offering. Tune in here.

  • Ready to fine dine?

    You betcha! Nelson St restaurant has buffed its interiors, refined its menu big-style and is now offering food 'flights'. Fasten your seatbelt (and loosen your trousers, you know you want to) we're about to take off.

  • The Garage, Buckingham

    Cool aesthetics? Tick. Good food? Tick. Cocktails on tap? Ticketty tick! Fill up to the top at Buckingham's stylish new addition.

  • The Ivy Marlow Garden

    I ate, I drank, I started writing. The first review evaaaahhh of brand spanking new The Ivy Garden Marlow - only on Muddy Stilettos.

  • THE CROWN, GRANBOROUGH

    We're whoppingly blessed with pubs around here and here's another corker - we're hard-pushed to fault this place at all!

  • Fine dining nirvana: Humphry’s at Stoke Park

    Looking for somewhere really special to go for lunch or a spot of dins? Stoke Park country club, hotel and spa – and home of Humphry’s Fine Dining Restaurant – certainly makes a jaw-dropping first impression. Think turning up on a blind date and finding Ryan Gosling waiting at the bar. Well, hello! The exquisite late 18th century mansion […]

  • Muddy eats: André Garrett at Cliveden

    What’s a girl to do when she’s too goddam fat to review another restaurant without fear of a hernia? Call Rachel, fellow elasticated trouser wearer and brilliant Muddy Berks editor, that’s what! Rachel was deputy editor of a national newspaper before she joined us over at the frothy side, so she really knows her stuff. […]

  • Muddy eats: The Astor Grill, Cliveden

    The relaxed little sister to the refined André Garrett fine dining experience at stunning Cliveden hotel on the Bucks/Berks border.

  • The Cape, Beaconsfield

    It’s tough in the food business these days, isn’t it? So much choice for punters like us, and squeeeeezed margins for the owners of pubs, restaurants and cafés. What I’m seeing more and more of, in all kinds of businesses, is diversification – so a café like The Cape in Beaconsfield is able to offer […]

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