The Royal Oak Inn

The Royal Oak Inn

Pubs and Bars with Restaurants

0.5 miles
St Mary's Street, Painswick, GL6 6QG
Painswick, 'Queen of the Cotswolds,' is home to The Royal Oak Inn, a traditional 16th-Century pub and restaurant that has much of its life-story documented on the walls. It affords a wonderful welcoming atmosphere, created by a roaring log fire, beamed ceilings and traditional stone walls. The bar and dining areas are intimate and comfortable, the ales are local, ciders are from the West Country and the food is sourced locally, with most of the ingredients coming from Gloucestershire and the surrounding area.

The home of the modern-day Painswick 'Puppy Dog Pie', The Royal Oak also features traditional English favourites like beer-battered haddock and chips. Main courses start at an impressive £8.50. The Gloucester Old Spot sausages and the Herefordshire steaks from a local farmer have diners coming back in their droves. Other delicious offerings include game pie and Painswick pheasant casserole. For dessert, sample childhood favourites like the hearty spotted dick, or lighter options such as Eton Mess.

The Royal Oak achieves the perfect balance between an imaginative dining experience and a charming village local; it is well worth a visit
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Food Served Times:
Mon:12pm-3pm, 6pm-9pm
Tues:12pm-3pm, 6pm-9pm
Weds:12pm-3pm, 6pm-9pm
Thurs:12pm-3pm, 6pm-9pm
Fri:12pm-3pm, 6pm-9pm
Sat:12pm-3pm, 6pm-9pm
Sun:12pm-3pm, 7pm-9pm

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