In the picturesque village of Adstock, just 20 minutes from Milton Keynes, you’ll find The Old Thatched Inn, a charming 16th-century pub and restaurant that takes its name from its stunning thatched roof, and boasts olde-world rustic charm aplenty.
On the menu, you’ll find seasonal and local dishes that reflect the team’s passion for British food, prepared with great care using the freshest ingredients. The varied starters have something for everyone, and you may get to sample the likes of Stilton and Cornish Cheddar terrine with walnuts, apricot and raisins, served with stout bread. This satisfying starter will excite your tastebuds ahead of the main course, where you can select from classic British fare served with a contemporary twist. You might opt for Buckingham sausages accompanied by a bubble and squeak cake, garlic cabbage and honey carrots in red wine gravy, or perhaps the lightly curried risotto with a crispy hen’s egg, garden peas and baby spinach. To finish, the sumptuous warm ginger cake is served with a poached pear, chocolate sauce and vanilla ice cream. Owner Andy personally selects the wine list in order to perfectly complement the seasonal menu, offering over 60 varieties for diners to choose from.
The friendly team is known for offering a warm welcome and attentive service, providing every guest with an individual experience. With everything made on-site by the excellent chefs, this friendly pub deserves its spot on the local culinary map.