The Three Tuns

The Three Tuns


0.5 miles
5 Market Place, Henley-on-Thames, RG9 2AA

This friendly, welcoming pub is run by Harry and Hannah Dickson and serves as the perfect hub for locals, as well as being a charming destination for new visitors. Offering fresh food in a cosy setting, The Three Tuns is sure to delight all who visit.

The menu is helpfully split into small plates, large plates and puddings, all showcasing delicious British produce. You may start with a flavoursome smoked haddock kedgeree arancini with whole mustard cream, before choosing from the Provencal fish stew or the hearty slow-roast pork belly with fregola pasta and artichokes in tomato sauce. To end things on a sweet note, try the roast fig and rhubarb crumble with vanilla ice cream, or the warming chocolate pot with toasted marshmallows and fresh strawberries. For a casual dining experience that’s bound to hit the spot, The Three Tuns offers a dedicated charcuterie and cheese menu. This showcases a range of air-dried British meats, from Dorset beef to Somerset duck and Cornish coppa, as well as chorizo and smoked venison. The cheese and antipasti selection is equally varied, with everything from Dorset Blue Vinny to peppered Rosary goat’s cheese. Order these individually, or build your own board with three meats or cheeses priced at £9.95, four for £12.95 or five for £15.95, all served with bread, crackers and your choice of chutney and pickles. Accompany your feast with a fine wine or real ale and relax in The Three Tuns’ delightful atmosphere.

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