Find out what Bar restaurants to try in Deddington including The Crown & Tuns - Puddingface, The Pie Place, Deddington Arms Hotel and Restaurant, The Unicorn Inn Resta, Great Western Arms Aynho, White Horse, The Coach & Horses, The Red Lion, White Horse Inn, The Duck on the Pond, The Pickled Ploughman Pub
Things to do in Deddington
4 based on 565 reviews
For fabulous food, friendly service and quality ales, The Pickled Ploughman is a great choice. We have a firm focus on fresh local ingredients. Whatever you want, whatever the season, The Pickled Ploughman is sure to have something on the menu to whet you
We started our evening with friends in the bar with balloons of Tanqueray Sevilla orange gin. There are quirky touches throughout the venue that show they're keen to please their guests - high chairs, sun creams, and phone chargers available for everyone. There is an airy main dining room and two smaller dining rooms that would be perfect for a private dinner, or like we had, a dinner with rowdy friends with plenty of wine. The staff were very friendly and more than competent. There's a "pub classics" menu if you fancy fish and chips but there's also a more formal dining menu. We had pheasant and dauphinoise potatoes which were delicious. In fact all our food was superb and I'd happily eat here again.
4 based on 475 reviews
A lovely country pub/restaurant with large gardens on the outskirts of South Newington village. Midway between Banbury and Chipping Norton. Well placed for country walks and visiting the Medieval Church. Serves local ales and home-cooked meals.
We just enjoyed a lovely, rainy day Monday lunch at the Duck. We have never been before. They have lots of parking, and a nice little outdoor set up if you want to sit outside. Umbrellas and some âfurâ rugs to sit on and keep your rear warm (and padded). The tables face the duck pond.We sat inside with our kids (1 and 6) and it was nice, clean and well decorated. We were happy with our meals, portion sizes and service which was friendly and thoughtful. We would definitely return. The Duck is very accommodating to gluten free, which if youâve read my previous reviews youâll know is my biggest requirement. They also have vegan on the menu.We enjoyed (6 of us) tomato & basil soup, hamburger, fish & chips; and some kids meals. Photos included.
4 based on 100 reviews
The White Horse is a quintessential 17th century English coaching inn set on the eastern side of the Cotswolds in the charming village of Duns Tew. With original flagstone floors, beams and real fires. The White Horse has a relaxed and friendly atmosphere
Weâve lived locally for a long time and hadnât eaten here before, there was a wide range of starters available, main choices were more limited and more pub grub style in choice but when the food came, it really was very good. The ribeyes were good quality, cooked to perfection and melted in the mouth, we would come again just for the steaks alone. The chocolate brownie with pistachio ice cream was a big hit aswell.The only suggestion I would make is if you donât have a full restaurant, donât seat people on top of one another as itâs nice to have some space to speak without hearing the next table, we asked to be moved to a more empty set of tables.Nice atmosphere with the fire, the French waiter was very Attentive and did a brilliant job. Would recommend for unfussy, decent quality food at a fair price
4 based on 193 reviews
Beautifully refurbished village pub serving locally sourced food and drinks. Alfresco dining available in our fabulous garden.
First time visit and boy was I not disappointed. Garlic king prawns to start with followed by smoked Salmon Papperdelle. Moo (my mother) had the home made courgette and dill soup then the haddock & chips. I must say the food was top drawer with no complaints (which is extremely rare for Moo - and now sheâll kill me)Really welcoming and exactly the sort of service that other establishments should strive to achieve. A real pleasant experience and definitely worth a visit. Cheers.Thank you so much for your kind review, we hope you will visit us again, very soon ! xx
4 based on 101 reviews
V good value for money. V friendly, great location. If you want a straightforward meal (with chips) this is the place to come. NB Fish pie comes with chips!
5 based on 785 reviews
A beautiful Stone Village Free house & Restaurant in the heart of Kings Sutton village. The White Horse sits on the village green opposite St Peter and St Paul Church. Serving lunch and dinner Tuesday to Friday and food all day Saturday until 9pm and Sund
So pleased we booked as the restaurant was packed on a Friday night. Not surprising as the food and service were both excellentHelloThank you for your review. We are pleased you could join us.Hope to see you again soonHendrik and Julie
4 based on 636 reviews
The Great Western Arms provides me with supper, virtually every week. On Wednesdays, I drive 100 miles from my home near Banbury to be a guide on board the historic warship, HMS Warrior, at Portsmouth. On my return (same day and after tangling with the A34), I don't fancy cooking for myself (I'm a widower), so I always stop off at the GWA (it's seven minutes drive short of my home), and treat myself to the chef (Rene)'s cooking. It's always very good and plentiful (you'll never go hungry here (cooking 'minceur' it is emphatically NOT)). I would describe is as very good gastropub food - and the meat is always superb - a fillet steak is really something worth having: but yes, they do have two or three vegetarian options in each section of their menu.It stands right alongside Aynho Wharf on the Oxford Canal, so it is VERY convenient for anyone enjoying a trip or holiday in a boat/barge. It seems particularly popular with local families, and, on most evenings, booking is advisable.
4 based on 203 reviews
The Unicorn is a stunning 17th century country inn oozing with character that has an incredibly diverse offering. Not only does the Unicorn have a charming bar area and snug both complete with open fire places, it also has a FARM TO FORK STYLE restaurant,
Well positioned pub in Deddington, facing the market square. Good welcome, as warm afternoon wanted to sit in the back garden. A lot of litter, empty cigarette packets lying on the ground, ladders leaned against a wall. Shame really as could have so much cleaner. Pub roast was ok at Â£12.95 but good that local food.2 rooms at front of pub looked cosy for winter and quite popular although couldn't tell if local or visitors to the area like us.
4 based on 220 reviews
The Deddington Arms Hotel and Restaurant has 27 en-suite bedrooms, 60 cover restaurant and real ale bar with sport from SKY and BT. Deddington is situated at the gateway to the Cotswolds and is convenient for visits to Blenheim Palace, Warwick Castle, Oxf
I just donât know where to start! The poorest customer service I think I have ever experienced!!Seven of us visited the Deddington Arms for my dads birthday on Wednesday 7th August. On entering your Hotel my dads partner went to sit down and hit her leg on the sharp edge of the coffee table which surprisingly was on wheels! A young member of staff came over very quickly with a first aid kit and was very kind. Sadly she was dealing with a first aid kit that had very little in it and was having to use a green paper towel to control the blood. I think it might be worth spending some money on the contents of your First Aid kits!! At that point it was decided that a trip to A and E was needed. My brother in law took her as he had driven leaving my dad and his three daughters ( including me) in the pub. It was from this point on I am writing this email! Things just went from bad to worse!! At this stage we had not been offered a drink and my dads partner had not even been offered a glass of water during her ordeal! So we decided to order a bottle of wine and look at the menu whilst waiting for my dads partner to return. We asked about the set menu that was served between 6 ~7 and were told that if it went past that time before my dads partner arrived back it was unlikely we could choose it!!!! Under normal circumstances I could understand the time restrictions but this was special circumstances!! We sat there with our bottle of wine and not once did the manager come over and ask if we had heard anything back from the hospital or offer us a drink!!!! After all we were supposed to have been celebrating my dads birthday!!! Not even a bowl of nibbles!!! We were receiving regular updates ourselves from my brother in law who insisted we went on and ordered! After two hours we decided to call it a day and after receiving no customer care whatsoever decided we werenât going to spend any more money in a hotel where they havenât got a clue how to look after customers. In this case my dad and partner should have been seen as valued customers as they visit your hotel with another couple at least once a month for dinner. I think you will have seen the last of them now. My dad went up to pay for the bottle of wine we had had and the hotel took his money!!!!He asked for 10 % off with their hotel card but didnât even receive that as his partner had taken the card to the hospital!! I couldnât believe it!!! Not even a complimentary bottle of wine!!!!! I decided to go back in and speak to the manager Marcel Jenis. I spoke in a calm pleasant manner explaining that I by speaking to him now face to face I could avoid sending an email explaining how I felt! What a waste of time that was. All I did was point out that it would have been a kind gesture to have provided my 86 year old dad with a complimentary drink on his birthday whilst going through this ordeal. All Marcel kept saying was that the incident had been passed on to the M D who was dealing with it and very quickly passed me a scrap of paper with your details written on. This wasnât about the incident with the leg this is just about providing customer care!! Marcel certainly needs some training in this area! He was defensive, rude and arrogant for no reason!! My reason for writing this email is not about the incident that happened but about how you run your hotel. In conclusion I am going to bullet point all the issues that were noted that night and I expect an immediate response.It was my dads birthday.... We paid for the bottle of wine ... didnât even receive a complimentary drink in the circumstance. No water was offered to my dads partner during her ordealManager did not find out how Janet was doing at hospital at all! 10 % was not given off the wine as my dads partner had taken the dinning card with her to the hospital There should be a brake on the coffee table wheels First aid box needs first aid in it! Out of date products in the first aid boxIn such extreme circumstances the offer was not extended. In conclusion if we had received a slither of customer service I would not have been writing this message.This is a transcript of the email you sent to the General Manager and I know he has responded immediately and to your satisfaction. Needless to say we have apologised for the unacceptable service and as can be seen from the majority of our TripAdvisor reviews this was a very unusual experience.
4 based on 694 reviews
Welcome to PuddingFace Do you have a penchant for pies? Puddingface offers a whole host of pies including traditional meat and vegetarian, fish and game, as well as some less conventional recipes. All Homemade!Lunch times bookings are taken Monday to Satu
Vast selection of home made pies with fillings to suit all tastes.Difficult to choose but in the end I plumped for the Turkey with Sage & Onion stuffing which didnât disappoint - would have fed two and served with delicious creamy mashed potato and a good selection of veg.Service was very quick and efficient.Only downside is that you canât book in the evenings. We were lucky we arrived just after 6pm and it was already quite full.Be prepared to wait for a table but do hang around you wonât regret it.
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