Find out what Bar restaurants to try in Winslow including The George Inn, The Old Thatched Inn, The Bell Hotel Dining, The Crown, The Betsey Wynne, The Pilgrim, The Black Boy, The Bell Inn Beachampton, The White Swan, The Five Elms
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5 based on 304 reviews
Quintessential English pub, offering home cooked, high quality food with personal service from Carol and all food prepared and cooked by John.Small bars and restaurant with capacity of only 16 covers. Open fire in the winter and beautiful patio with hangi
This is the best restaurant local to Aylesbury. The food has been absolutely fantastic every time Iâve been. The restaurant is small and you are well looked after, the bar is comfy and homely AND they have a great cat named Trinidad. Run by people that love what they do.
4 based on 151 reviews
A friendly village pub located in whitchurch Buckinghamshire. Children and dogs welcome
This is a great little pub, with easy parking, very large garden. Very helpful staff, particularly as we had small children with us.
4 based on 356 reviews
Welcome to The Bell Inn, conveniently located in the tranquil village of Beachampton, just a couple of miles from Stony Stratford. Refurbished in the Autumn of 2012 to a high standard, The Bell Inn now has a contemporary feel, but has retained the great f
This lovely pub / restaurant is so easily missed unless you happen to be travelling around the pretty villages on the outskirts of MK. Itâs well worth a visit. Lovely setting with pretty gardens. Small but well stocked bar leading to comfortable, clean and nicely decorated dining areas. The staff are very friendly and welcoming. Food nicely presented, well cooked and delicious - we chose The Bell burger, the sea bass, chorizo (while youâre waiting) and ocean platter to share - all of which were superb. Worth also noting that theyâre more than happy to âtweakâ or adjust their menu to your request - lovely touch. We didnât have a lot of room left for pudding but the crumble and the creme brÃ»lÃ©e were lovely and more than enough between the four of us.Would definitely return. Recommended.
4 based on 384 reviews
Having made a reservation some three weeks before, we were astonished to be greeted upon arrival with blank looks. However, the reaction of the staff in attendance clearly indicated that lost reservations are not uncommon. Luckily, we nevertheless got a table on the terrace. The starters arrived swiftly, but everything slowed down thereafter. Even going to the bar ourselves to order drinks took time, with only one girl actually tending the bar and another three staff members looking busy while not performing anything obviously useful. When we ordered desserts we were informed that some of the ice-cream choices were unavailable as there were problems with the freezer. The ice-cream desserts that we did order came without the advertised brandy baskets. When we pointed this out we were told that the chef had forgotten to put in an order for them (as would have been known at the beginning of the day). This used to be a lovely pub.
4 based on 86 reviews
The Pilgrim is a friendly, family run village pub offering great homemade food with as many ingredients as possible grown onsite or sourced locally. We want to be at the centre of your community. Feel free to use it as a meeting place for friends, colleag
A menu that's a cut above the average "pub grub" selection. Even the burgers and bacon sandwiches come in a brioche bun instead of boring sliced bread, and the meat is excellent quality. A good selection of beers, served by friendly, efficient staff. The pub itself is comfortable and quirky, while the beer garden is well-maintained and a lovely place to sit.Hi Passerby P,Thank you for taking the time to review The Pilgrim. It is great to hear that you enjoyed your time with us. We hope to see you again soon.Kind regardsBrett
4 based on 653 reviews
The Betsey Wynne was built in the heart of Swanbourne on disused allotments and a field known as âSpuddle Spitsâ back in 2006. Upon walking back from a pub in Winslow late one night, Tom Fremantle, a descendant of Betsey Wynne and of the Fremantle family
Dropped in spontaneously for lunch. Really very good food and the restaurant has had a bit of a makeover which looks very cool. Busy with a good vibe. Will be back...Hi 3PW,Thanks for the review! Look forward to welcoming you back!Kind Regards,Donal
4 based on 243 reviews
The Crown is a lovely refurbished Free House. The front of the Crown is a large public bar with an open fireplace. In the centre of the pub is a wine Bar with comfortable seating and a cosy corner for pre dinner drinks. The rest of the Crown is made up of
Visited again in February and it just gets better. A few tweaks to the menu since we last came and really nicely prepared and presented food. Great staff both behind the bar and in the restaurant. Nothing is too much trouble and they are attentive to your needs. Looking forward to coming again soon.That's great to hear, thank you so much. Your comments have been passed on to the team who really appreciate your feedback. We look forward to seeing you again soon.
4 based on 113 reviews
Food is our passion, with Toby's at The Bell available Tuesday to Saturday evenings, and our famous carvery on a Friday and Saturday Evening, and Sunday lunch.. Choose from a selection of local meats, fresh produce, the best Yorkshire Puddings and home ma
Waitress helpful but tired from event in hotel the night before. Breakfast consisted of basic pretty much dried up unreplenished cooked food sat under heat lamp for sometime. No vegetarian option on hot display but told to wait for 20 mins if I wanted. Cereal limited. No croissant, no Danish pastries. No rye bread. Etc The continental bread option is made up of sliced bread for toasting.
4 based on 716 reviews
The Old Thatched Inn is an award winning gastropub in a lovely village in Buckinghamshire. The restaurant is open for every day for lunch and dinner. Lunch is served from 12noon-2.30pm and dinner from 5pm-9pm Monday to Saturday. Sunday we serve food from
We go occasionally because you can count on the food being good. Late back from a drive to North Wales we couldn't be bothered to think about cooking dinner when we got home, so we stopped short and had a meal here ... again.Thatâs great to hear and thank you for leaving us a review. We look forward to welcoming you again soon.
4 based on 68 reviews
"Craft Beer, Gin & Grill" Beautiful grade 2 listed public house with separate trendy upstairs restaurant
We are regular visitors to The George and we absolutely love it ! Rachael and Sam are the perfect hosts and the food is mouth-wateringly delicious . The selection of drinks is fabulous and we look forward to all of Samâs special dishes . Canât fault it and consider it our local . Big thanks to the whole George team
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