The Jack O’Newbury
Ideally situated in the bucolic space between Reading and London, The Jack O’Newbury takes its name from Berkshire folklore. Indeed its setting seems to come straight from the pages of a story, thanks to the lush garden, welcoming atmosphere and traditional setting. Inside you’ll find a quintessentially British pub, where a roaring fire welcomes you into a warm room of red cushioned benches and varnished oak tables.
The menu showcases fine pub fare, which is made using locally sourced and free-range ingredients. All appetites are catered for here. For those looking to graze, there is a selection of light bites and lunchtime baguettes. Meanwhile, more substantial evening mains such as home-baked ham and free-range eggs, Stilton mash-topped cottage pie, and traditional beer-battered haddock fillet with chips, mushy peas and tartare sauce are guaranteed to entice hungry visitors.
Accompanying the food offering is a great selection of real ale and lager. A visit here is made complete by the friendly yet efficient service, making The Jack O’Newbury a venue that lives up to its reputation.