Discover Restaurants offering the best Pub food in Milton Keynes, England, United Kingdom. Milton Keynes (/ˌmɪltən ˈkiːnz/ ( listen) MIL-tən KEENZ), locally abbreviated to MK, is a large town in the Borough of Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, of which it is the administrative centre. It was formally designated as a new town on 23 January 1967, with the design brief to become a "city" in scale. It is located about 45 miles (72 km) north-west of London.
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4 based on 633 reviews
A McMullen house since 1995, the Old Beams was rebuilt after a fire in 2007. Enjoy Seriously Relaxed Dining in this hidden country gem at the heart of Shenley Lodge. With the remnants of the historical pub abutted to the newer oak framed barn, the ingenio
walked in this afternon to see that leslie is back...told to sit at the table and she would take our order....felt special although the whole team are great, leslie always takes it to the next level. thanks to everyone at the old beams for a great Sunday drink but especially to Leslie DibbzDear Dibbz d Thank you so much for your 5 star review and your lovely feedback! We will pass your feedback onto Lesley, we look forward to welcoming you again soon.Kindest regardsSophie Team Leader
4 based on 784 reviews
Visited here as they had an Â£8.95 roast and dessert of the day deal. Was really disappointed with the roast. Advertised was Pork, Turkey, Beef, Gammon and pie. All they had was Turkey, Gammon and a pie that looked liked it had been sitting there all day. Got one slice of each meat, they wasn't big joints either. Veg was very limited, not like they advertised again. And the roast weren't proper roast potatoes. Enjoyed the yorkshire and gravy. The dessert was ice cream not dessert of the day. For the price we paid it was ok. But much better carverys around. Wasn't offered the deal it was only that I mentioned it. Drinks were extremely expensive. Nearly Â£7 for a gin and tonic, Â£3.35 for a coke. For a local pub wasn't competitive. Just wasn't impressed and won't be returning or recommending. Thank you netteststeve1 for taking the time to review and leave a 3 star rating!I firstly would like to deeply apologize on the dining experience we had provided you the day you had visited us here at The Three Trees. I am very embarrassed that you did not receive our usual standard of service, that is not we are about. We strive for our customers to have a repeated dining experience that makes them want to come again and again.We take all feedback on board whether it is good or bad so we can always improve as a team. I will be speaking to the staff that was working that shift and investigate what went wrong and what we could have done better for future reference. If you can give us an email at [email protected] so we can discuss further this would also help.We hope to see you again in the near future so that we can exceed your expectations and prove to you what The Three Trees really has to offer.Team Trees :-)
4 based on 756 reviews
With the time, quality of food is going down ... now the Regular sunday roast is quite mini, including 4 mini slices of beef, a FLAT yorkshire pudding (never seen that before) ...Burgers ... main plates ... and what about thr pork cracklings ? Can you eat it without break your teeth ??Hi, We welcome your feedback so that we can make any improvements necessary. I am sorry to hear that you did not enjoy your Sunday lunch. Please call me direct on 01908 504391 to discuss your visit in detail. Regards Catherine Yule (General Manager)
4 based on 340 reviews
We had heard of this place and decided to visit it for Sunday lunch and we was not disappointed this place is a little gem the front of house team were friendly and polite the service was of excellent standards the steak pudding was out of this world it came with fresh vegetables and was piping hot the presentations was 1st class..we shall be coming back to this restaurant / pubWe look forward to seeing you again soon and glad you had a lovely visit Regards Sharon & Leigh
4 based on 374 reviews
Come on in and enjoy our fabulous new bar, set in the heart of Milton Keynes' Theatre District. We offer a wide range of bottled and draught beers from all around the world, as well as fantastic, quality wines and really great cocktails. Slug's seasonal m
This is a busy restaurant serving the Xscape and Theatre district of Milton Keynes. Many customers come to eat before or after a visit to the theatre or cinema. Food while decent is not gourmet. A good propotion of clients are just here to drink.Hi There,Thank You for your review, we serve a multitude of customers within the MK area with a comprehensive pub menu from traditional meals to fantastic cocktails. Hope to see you soon and hope that you enjoyed the table service.Kindest RegardsChad
4 based on 198 reviews
The Cross Key country pub & kitchen is set on the outskirts of kempston, giving you fantastic food in lovely surroundings
Ordered Confit Duck Bonbons, which came with Peashoot and spring onion garnish and plum dressing. The dark green sliced top of one spring onion was very mean, no white onion or pale green. Needed more garnish, in fact whole starter was very small for the price. My wife had a Spiced hummus, which was very bland with a few bits of stale Pitta bread. All in all a very underwhelming experience.
4 based on 564 reviews
Village pub and restaurant. Freshly cooked food and good selection of beers, ales and wines. Available also for private & corporate lunches & dinners. Open every day Mon-Thu 12.00pm till 23.00pm Fri-Sat 12.00pm till midnight, Sunday 12.00pm till 23.00pm.
If you like fried food visit hereThere is not one healthy thing on the menuFried fried fried nothing elseUnbelieveable how foodies rate this placeIf you enjoy this place good for youIf you like a nice meal with quality foodWell you donât visit hereBut after all itâs your choice Not mineWould never return to the fried food paradiseChips chips chips We review our reviews very carefully and we are at a loss with this one.In this instance tripdog 1 you have been grossly unfair to our little business. Our menu is certainly not all about fried foods. We have some dishes that are fried but that is because they wouldn't taste as nice if cooked in the oven. And surely good flavour and textures are what our customers are looking for. There is no sin in frying some dishes and we have never had anyone complain that there are too many fried foods on our menu so your comments are strange and overly unkind. And "chips, chips,chips ??? You only have chips if you want them. There are many other alternatives to choose from on our menu. Did you read our menu ? You can have a delicious creamed mash potato, cous cous or even coconut rice as your carb of choice or why not try a salad ? We have many healthy options on offer including our extensive vegan menu.Our chefs have been working on our new winter menu which is coming out this Friday ( 27th September ) which will have delicious healthy dishes for everyone. Some fried, some roasted, some grilled. What a pity you'll miss it.
4 based on 283 reviews
Traditional village pub serving good quality home cooked food, also a good selection of real ales. We are dog friendly so you can bring your canine friends and give them a free treat from the bar.We have a pie night every Tuesday where you can have a home
as we entered the restaurant we could see that it was heaving with people which is always a good sign and we were not disappointed in the least.the only negative I found was we had to pick what we wanted from a special board so we literally had to stand behind people that were eating to see what was on.i felt somewhat bit uncomfortable and I could see the people eating felt the same.the last time we visited there were menus on each table so I don't really understand why that idea went.going back to the lunch we both had the roast lamb was absolutely delicious and so tender.the whole meal was one of the best.there was no way we could have a dessert which was a shame as we were so full up.its always so friendly in there and the owner can't do enough for you.we would definitely go back and we live in irchester.as I've always said when I find an excellent place to eat we will travel and for us this is one of the top onesThank you for your review. I am glad that you enjoyed the food and I have noted your points about the blackboard. Monday to Saturday we have a normal and full menu but the specials are still on the board. We have tried printing the specials and Sunday menus and it proved difficult to keep them up to date as items sold out. Maybe we need to rethink about the printing option or even just the position of the board.Thank you again for your constructive and helpful feedback.
4 based on 1291 reviews
The Cross Keys is a traditional pub and dining venue located in the heart of Milton Keynes, 3 miles away from the Centre:MK shopping centre. Our passion is catering for people looking for good quality, fresh, homemade food. Our head chef James sources loc
Lovely decor lovely staff especially Gem the waitress but food disappointing all round ..... could do better ...... sea bass over cooked, gammon poor, run out of burgers, cold crumble, frozen fruit in pudding ...... really sorry but wont be back in a hurryUnfortunately this seems to have been posted to the wrong location, we do not have a waitress called Gem, nor do we serve frozen foods, gammon or sea bass.Kind regardsHannah
4 based on 217 reviews
17th Century Pub Restaurant specialising in Simply Fresh Food, including Daily Deliveries of Fresh Fish & Quality Aberdeen Angus Beef
We have dined at The Old Swan four times now and it is a pleasure to write that each experience has been consistently excellent for three especial reasons. First, the building is a charming old village pub with original features â it is happily unostentatious making a welcoming and relaxed atmosphere.Secondly, a key ingredient is Phil who owns the business with his wife and works the front of the house â he is a delightful host. Philâs abundant passion for food, drink, and customer service leadership shows throughout the team. The service is excellent.Thirdly, the menu is a delight. It includes some restaurant classics, notably a very decent 'Prawn Cocktail' thatâs so 1970s it probably back in fashion for many of the diners it pre-dates! Though, best of all is the fresh fish blackboard that varies depending upon the latest delivery. So far, we have enjoyed: skate, gilt-head bream, lemon sole and swordfish â each of which was superbly cooked.Drinks-wise there is an excellent selection of beer, particularly the London Pride, and a decent wine list with something for everyone's taste. The Old Swan is equally suitable for business entertaining, families, and couples. The âonlyâ draw-back, the venue is so popular you'll struggle to get a table at short notice! This is one of the very few independently well-run restaurants in the Milton Keynes area. If you haven't been, go!
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