The Three Legged Cross

The Three Legged Cross

Pubs and Bars with Restaurants

0.5 miles
Forest Road, Warfield, RG42 6AE
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The Three Legged Cross is a contemporary pub-restaurant in the heart of Warfield, between Bracknell and Maidenhead. Chef patron Simon Genduso and his team change the menu according to the seasons and the best produce available at the market. They took over The Three Legged Cross in November 2011 with a view to creating a relaxed, warm and friendly pub-restaurant serving great food, real ales, draught beer and wines from around the world.

The Three Legged Cross dates back 500 years - in the early 30s it was known as the New Inn and then in 1951 it was renamed The Three Legged cross by the landlord's daughter Joan Nichol. Although the team have had great feedback since taking over, they won't be resting on their laurels. They want guests to have a great experience when they dine here, and so encourage all observations to enable them to keep improving. Nicky and her team work hard to ensure the best service and food possible, while keeping the bill reasonable. The team not only work hard in the restaurant and kitchen, but Simon's business partner Adrian can often be found grafting in the garden, where he grows vegetables, salad and fruit, as well as looking after the Legbar chickens that produce the fine-quality eggs, which are put to great use on the menu
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Open: Food Served: Weds-Sat noon-2.30pm, 6.30pm-9.30pm; Sun noon-4pm
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