The Plough Inn is a beautiful Grade II listed building dating back to the 15th century; a visit to this candlelit Tudor restaurant is like taking a trip back in time. Chef Ben’s rustic yet refined specials are written above the crackling fire and presented amid the jovial words of hosts Adam and Chris. Starters include fresh vine tomato soup, as well as delicately battered panko prawns. For your main course, try the signature cola ham or rib-eye steak, served with fresh veg and brandy peppercorn sauce. Vegetarians will love the skillet of roast vegetables and golden grilled halloumi. Desserts change daily and feature delights such as a ginger and walnut syrup pudding with butterscotch sauce and banoffee cup, as well as generous servings of divine Mövenpick ice cream. The Plough Inn presents a delicious slice of Oxfordshire village life.