The Quince Tree

The Quince Tree


0.5 miles
River & Rowing Museum, Henley-on-Thames, RG9 1BF
In the village of Stonor, near Henley-on-Thames, you will fi nd The Quince Tree. The restored coaching inn houses a pub and dining room, café and farm shop. Passionate about good-quality, local and seasonal produce, The Quince Tree offers a menu of modern British cuisine with a twist, showcasing quality seasonal produce.

Choose from roasted local wood pigeon, balsamic blackberries and cured bacon or baked Camembert, pickled black garlic, red cabbage, fig jam and sourdough to start, followed by crispy belly of Berkshire pork, braised puy lentils and quince purée, or roast sea bass. If you still have room treat yourself to a plated cheese selection from the farm shop with The Quince Tree chutney and fruit bread to finish. Once satisfied, take time to browse the signature patisseries, local quality meats, cheeses, extensive wine selection and stylish gifts in the shop.

The Quince Tree can now also be found on the banks of the River Thames at the River & Rowing Museum. Just a few minutes' walk from Henley town centre and the train station, the café offers a delicious selection of cakes, patisserie, savoury treats and daily specials to enjoy in the cosy environs of the bustling café, outside on the terrace or to take away. For events or parties with a difference there are a number of areas to hire at both venues
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