The Fish is situated in the picturesque village of Sutton Courtenay in Oxfordshire. Nestled on the bank of the River Thames, the restaurant has made quite a name for itself thanks to its French cuisine, charming setting and attentive yet relaxed service. Inside, this excellent establishment combines the spirit of a traditional pub with wonderful French features to create the perfect destination for any occasion. Outside, you’ll find a large beer garden with ample seating, making it one of the most desirable spots in summer. If you’re visiting for a casual drink and catch up with friends, take a seat in the bar and select a tipple from the extensive range of beer, cider, and spirits. As you would expect from a French restaurant, there’s an excellent wine list to complete the offering.
As for the food, you can expect a French-influenced menu that features authentic and unpretentious dishes that are hearty, big on flavour and expertly prepared. French head chef Jean Phillippe heads up the talented kitchen brigade, and menus change seasonally to take advantage of the excellent produce available in the surrounding area. You might choose to start with a dozen escargots in garlic parsley butter. For the main event, perhaps you’ll opt for the mouth-watering herb-crusted rack of lamb served with ratatouille, mashed potato and rosemary jus, or tempura-battered lobster accompanied by sweet chilli sauce, French fries and salad. If that doesn’t tickle your fancy, the Scottish rib-eye steak with French fries, seasonal vegetables and peppercorn sauce is guaranteed to please, while the baked tomato and mozzarella tartlet with basil sorbet and salad is a great choice for vegetarians. Round off your culinary experience with chocolate delice enhanced by custard and coffee ice cream, or iced nougat parfait with strawberry coulis.
For those planning an event, The Fish can also be privately hired with up to 60 guests, and the experienced team will ensure a memorable visit, whatever the occasion. For fantastic food served in a relaxed ambience, you must pay a visit to The Fish.