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The Horns

Modern British7.1 miles Crazies Hill RG10 8LY

In the rural Berkshire village of Crazies Hill, new managers John and Sarah Schlaefli are busy bringing 16th-Century gem The Horns back to its former glory. This public house, having been recently refurbished, is once again an inviting, family-friendly establishment where drinks and meals can be comfortably taken either indoors or o...

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The Horns

British7.1 miles Crazies Hill RG10 8LY

It’s easy to see why The Horns is successful as both a local bolthole and as a first-rate restaurant serving outstanding food and drink. In every respect, this welcoming establishment is a lovely place to be, with all the hospitality and charm that in-the-know diners have come to expect from members of the Brakspear family of pu...

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Frankie & Benny's - High Wycombe

Italian American7.1 miles UCI Cinemas Crest Road HP11 1UA

According to the story, Frankie Giuliani was ten years old when, with his Mamma and Poppa, he left Sicily and landed at Ellis Island, New York in 1924. It was no surprise when the family opened a restaurant, everybody helping with the building and the cooking in equal measure - each of them had a favourite dish to contribute. In 195...

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TGI Friday's - High Wycombe

American7.1 miles Crest Road Handycross HP11 1UA

If you're looking for great food, drinks with friends or family, or want to celebrate a special occasion in a buzzing atmosphere, TGI Friday's is definitely the place to go. Famous for freshly prepared food in generous sized portions at great prices, TGI Friday's is also known for its selection of over 500 cocktails that are shake...

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The Rising Sun

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants7.1 miles High Street SL6 5LT

The village of Hurley dates back to 700AD and is the place to come for a dose of olde-worlde charm. The Rising Sun was built in 1830 and is a popular haunt for walkers, boating people and locals alike; its close proximity to a caravan site (one of the top five in the UK) also makes it a convenient spot for tourists. While sunny da...

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The New Inn

Traditional7.2 miles Chalkhouse Green Road Kidmore End RG4 9AU

Everything about The New Inn at Kidmore End entices diners to linger just a little bit longer. From the expertly cooked traditional British fare and broad selection of Brakspear tipples, to the luxuriously appointed countryside accommodation and matching bucolic setting, guests rarely make just one visit here. Inside the light and...

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The Crown Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants7.2 miles Sydenham Road OX39 4NB

This quintessentially English country pub, with low-beamed ceilings and space for 30 lunch or dinner guests, is an absolute gem of a find. Within a few minutes' drive of Junction 6 of the M40, The Crown Inn is worthy of a detour or a trip in itself. A booked dinner table is yours for the night, enabling a relaxing experience and a pr...

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The Crown Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants7.3 miles 52 High Street Benson OX10 6RP

The Crown Inn, a well-presented pub with gorgeous outdoor areas, prides itself on its sociable, community-orientated ethos. It's one of only two pubs in the village and offers plenty more to do than eat and drink, including a poker club, darts tournaments and a pub quiz, along with occasional live music. If you are in need of susten...

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The Hand & Flowers

British, European, Modern European7.3 miles 126 West Street SL7 2BP

Within a year of opening, The Hand & Flowers at Marlow had earned itself a Michelin star, three AA rosettes and one Egon Ronay star – testament to the hard work, professionalism and dedication of Tom and Beth Kerridge, steadfast at the helm. Opportunely located in this picturesque and historic Georgian town, The Hand & F...

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The Queens Head

British7.4 miles 72 The Street Crowmarsh Gifford OX10 8ER

Stuart and Natasha have brought the pub back to Crowmarsh Gifford with The Queens Head – an eatery that has quickly established itself within the village and surrounding area. The chefs ensure that everything is freshly made on-site and work together to prepare mouth-watering dishes.
The menu champions seasonality with me...

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Bill’s - Marlow

Brasserie7.4 miles 40 West Street SL7 2NB

The warm welcome and friendly atmosphere that greeted us upon entering Bill’s ensured that we instantly felt at home. After spending a long time deciding what to order from the exceptionally varied menu, I chose to start with the ancient grain bowl. The combination of various grains, seeds, and colourful veg dressed with red pep...

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Vanilla Pod

Fine Dining7.4 miles 31 West Street Marlow SL7 2LS

Once upon a time, long before The Vanilla Pod began service, this address belonged to celebrated poet and playwright, T.S. Eliot, who composed some of his most well-known works here. So, where once you'd find a literary mastermind sitting by the fire in the evening, pen in hand, you'll now encounter a dining room of excited guests...

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Orwells

Fine Dining7.4 miles Shiplake Row Binfield Heath RG9 4DP

Located in Binfield Heath near Henley-on-Thames, Orwells’ kitchen is headed up by award-winning chefs Ryan Simpson and Liam Trotman. Their aim is to source the best produce available locally and prepare memorable dishes without the fuss, letting the quality of the produce shine through. This rural approach to ...

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The Chequers Inn

Gastropub7.4 miles Berrick Salome OX10 6JN

Chef-patron Mark and his wife Sandra moved to this countryside location in 2014. The fare has since been lauded by the Michelin Guide. Mark’s cooking reflects the abundance of fantastic produce in the area, with free-range Watlington pork, vegetables sourced from local allotments, and game from nearby shoots all used in...

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The Red Lion

Modern British7.5 miles 115 High Street OX44 7SS

The Red Lion in Chalgrove is a charming village inn whose landlord and landlady have a well-learned background in fine cuisine. Over and above, this church-owned pub, which a few centuries ago was a bolthole for carousing church wardens, delivers top-quality wines and real ales. As well as a five star food hygiene rating, The Red ...

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