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  • The Crown at Bray

    The Crown at Bray is a traditional 16th Century inn serving wonderful British food in a warm and relaxed environment. With low-beamed ceilings, open fires during the winter, and a large garden and charming courtyard area for the summer, The Crown at Bray is the perfect place to visit all year round. Brought into the Heston Blumenthal fold in 2010, The Crown retains a traditional village pub atmosphere while offering a modern pub menu, drinks selection, and service style.

  • The Hinds Head

    This one Michelin star pub’s unique approach to food and drink makes The Hinds Head a special place to visit. This 15th century pub is nestled at the heart of the picturesque village of Bray, located just 5 minutes from Maidenhead and 10 minutes from historic Windsor. The menu at The Hinds Head offers a selection of traditional British cuisine, and in keeping with the history of the building, Heston Blumenthal has been working closely with the Tudor kitchen at Hampton Court Palace in a bid to reintroduce historic British dishes like Hash of Snails, Oxtail and Kidney Pudding made with real suet pastry and the Wassailing. A separate bar menu offers lighter snacks, real ales, a carefully selected wine list and cocktail menu that includes concoctions like the Great Expectations.

  • The Anchor, Oxford

    Relaxed pub & dining room with a menu which includes simple classics and great meat and fish dishes from the Charcoal grill. Cosy bar with an open fireplace serving cask ales and an excellent wine list. Beautiful terrace, perfect on a sunny day. The ideal place relax, unwind & socialise.

  • The Crown Inn, Sydenham

    The Crown Inn is a gastropub located in the heart of the Oxfordshire countryside. Dating back to the 1600s, its old world charm is apparent in its hand-carved beams and welcoming fireplaces. Enjoy a drink at the front of the pub, with views of the sun setting behind the 12th century church, or head to the […]

  • The White Oak

    The White Oak opened in the lovely village of Cookham in November 2008 and has a sister ‘Oak’ in Gerrards Cross called The Three Oaks which opened in July 2011. In 2012 we were all delighted to receive our first Michelin Bib Gourmand at The White Oak, but to retain it in 2013/14 & 2014/2015 […]

  • The Perch Inn

    The Perch is one of Oxford’s oldest and most unique destination pubs. Our 17th century thatch-roofed building will charm even the most seasoned pub-goers. Our large garden and beautiful riverside location on Port Meadow make us an ideal end to an improving walk on a summer’s day. And our fireplace and spacious eating rooms make us just as good in winter. We serve proper British pub food based on traditional and new recipes using fresh, seasonally-inspired ingredients. We keep up a rotating selection of craft beers, real ales, ciders, and perrys. And we have one of the best lists of English and British wine in the county. In our 800 years, we’ve been a favourite of Britain’s best poets and authors, a frequent haunt of Inspector Morse, and one of the most influential venues in the British Jazz scene. We provide a refuge for all lovers of great food and great drink – if you’re a hungry walker, a thirsty student, a family with a pack of muddy dogs (and muddy kids), or just an adventurous visitor.

  • The Potters Arms

    The Potter’s Arms is a traditional village pub situated in the stunning location of rural Buckinghamshire. Our menu hopes to reflect the warm and friendly atmosphere that this tradition embodies and evokes. Our young, talented Head Chef prides himself on using locally sourced quality produce to create a range of dishes that both celebrate English […]

  • The Miller of Mansfield

    An 18th century Coaching Inn with 13 boutique bedrooms set in idyllic Goring on Thames, The Miller of Mansfield is owned and operated by Mary and Nick Galer since 2014. Recently awarded The Good Food Guide Readers’ Restaurant of the Year Award 2016 in addition to being awarded 3rd place in Best Thames Local, both Nick and […]

  • The Kitchen, Farnborough

    The Kitchen is a Country Eating House set the glorious English countryside in Farnborough and a stones throw from the M40 and Banbury. With a beautiful garden and outside seating area, as you walk through the doors you are met with a chilled-out informal vibe and a welcoming smile. Owners Anthony and Jo have a […]

  • The Bull & Butcher pub

    The Bull and Butcher is a quintessentially English pub, built in 1542, nestled between the Chiltern Hills in the quaint village of Turville in the Hambleden Valley. We serve delicious fresh gastropub food, excellent wines and fantastic real ales including Brakspear Ordinary and Oxford Gold Organic. Inside there are two main areas, The Well Bar and The Windmill Lounge, both with large open fires, original beams, and a relaxed pub atmosphere. The Well Bar has a glass topped table covering a 45 foot well. There is a large sunny garden and patio areas, ideal for a relaxing summer’s day. A further addition is our fantastic Function Room, ‘The Bull Room – Private Dining in the Country’. Seating up to 24 with glass barn doors out on to the lawn is perfect for your private celebration...

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