Discover Restaurants offering the best British food in Chalfont St Peter, Gerrards Cross, including The Three Oaks, The Jolly Farmer, The Bread House, The Jolly Cricketers, Jack & Alice, The Oaks, The Lytton at Chalfont Dene, The Crew Room, Gusto Bistro, Herons
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4 based on 167 reviews
We were meeting up with friends and they suggester herons. I had never heard of and when I arrived it was tucked between a row of houses. On entry we were warmly greeted in the restaurant by the staff. The service was excellent and so was the food. we will certainly go back.
5 based on 224 reviews
There was no special occasion or reason for a visit other than wanting to have a good meal. That was exactly what I got, but this time I did challenge Allan to make that pudding he had promised - a thick chocolate ganache without alcohol. More of that in a second.So they apparently keep to the same menu to avoid disappointment to people who have heard that x or y is good and then find it is not on the menu anymore. Well they mentioned a couple of specials and one was the chilli squid dish I had last time - so that was an easy choice for me and it was a) absolutely gorgeous and b) I still don't like the Iranian inspired mayonnaise it comes with as a side accompaniment - at least I am consistent!My wife went for the prawns and melon which she was very pleased with (even more when we were given some to take away at the end of the meal).I had a hard time choosing a main, but after checking the beef lasagne didn't have pork, that is what I decided to have. Nice indeed with a great salad and dressing, but almost too much as I had the anticipation for the pudding and wanted to leave room. I had worried that having lasagne was a bit of a dull choice but the layering of the sheets and ingredients was perfectly level and flat and the pasta sheets had this ort of fluffiness to them that made it different to just being homemade.My wife went for the crab linguini which she raved about while eating, and then raved about all the way home.And so to pudding, where we were taken to the small kitchen and shown the chocolate pudding and given the choice of a red berry compote or sliced oranges. I went for the orange and by heaven, the chocolate was to die for - smooth, thick, and SO much chocolate. The orange cut through it and contrasted really nicely. It was no wonder I bought all the rest of the pudding - after all he had made it just for me (I will let my wife have some, but the rest is mine, all mine).So yet another winning evening of (literally) personal service from a talented chef without the trouble of having to go to London. This really is a place that astonishes the palate and is very recommended by me - just don't be booking when I want to go because it sometimes takes a bit of patience to actually get in.(It is a BYOB for those of you that drink alcohol)
4 based on 198 reviews
Fantastic breakfast. Full English, perfectly cooked and presented. Friendliest of welcomes and great venue overlooking the aircraft which, on a lovely sunny day, is so enjoyable. Thoroughly recommend The Crew Room, Denham Aerodrome. Keep up the good work... Thank you.
5 based on 34 reviews
At the Lytton Restaurant our Head Chef creates a whole new menu every season, capturing the very best of local produce. For the traditionalist we serve the very finest Sunday lunch with succulent roast beef, crispy roast potatoes and Yorkshire puddings. T
Really enjoyed our tea in a wonderful setting..going back again next month as it was so good. Highly recommend.Dear Suzie TThank you for your review, we definitely agree that the Afternoon Tea is very moreish!look forward to having you back at the Lytton.Kind regards
4 based on 294 reviews
We were passing through and chose this place for Sunday lunch as it was listed as dog- friendly and it looked like it had a lot of greenery around it for a nice post lunch walk. We were not disappointed. Very friendly welcome, nice ambience, offered the dog water. Good menu choice- the usual Sunday roasts offered ( I had a lovely vegetarian Chestnut roast with all the trimmings incl veg gravy and a great yorkshire pudding) and hubby had steak which was a good size and he said was perfectly cooked. Great chips too! Yummy dessert choice. Nice lakeside walks nearby. Will definitely come again if in the area. We both had two courses, and bill was just over Â£40 incl two pints of beer so we thought this was good value.
4 based on 382 reviews
"Friendly, humble & slightly nostalgic..â We are a young brand, based around the personalities of the grandparents of the founders 'Jack' and 'Alice'. We are friendly, free and easy, humble and slightly nostalgic. We care about the people we work with, th
The food here is quite good and tasty, however, the cleanliness of the place leaves much to be desired. It started with the menus - they were sticky, filthy and covered with grease and, on the back, old food. The table had not been cleaned properly and was sticky. The cruet set was sticky... the table lamp on the window ledge behind the table had old food underneath it from careless wiping down of the table...None of this is acceptable in a restaurant, and if the eatinf areas are that bad, we wonder what the fodd prep and kitchen areas are like...Dear Guest,We are so sorry to hear that the cleanliness of the restaurant ruined your experience here. There is no excuse for our standards of hygeine to drop so low, and we can assure you that this is not usually a feature of our service and work at Jack and Alice. The team are aware that we cannot let the quality of our cleaning slip at all.We hope you gives us a chance in the near future to prove to you that we are better than this, and to improve your experience here.Regards,Harvey.
4 based on 505 reviews
Award winning Free house Victorian Pub, situated in the heart of picture postcard Seer Green Village just outside Beaconsfield. Serving Modern British Food alongside five local ales, artisan Ciders,fine Wines and Organic Soft Drinks. We welcome Children a
A friendly gastro pub in a pretty area.The service was very friendly and efficient.The food was tasty and plentiful.Perhaps it is a little too noisy on a Saturday evening, so I will try again midweek.Dear Stephen Many thanks for your review. The main bar is especially busy at weekends perhaps request our Dining Room which is quieter. We look forward to seeing you soon. Kind regards Amanda Lillitou
4 based on 90 reviews
Wanted lunch close to our route as we drove to London. Used Trip Advisor and found this gem. Free parking just outside, lovey friendly staff and a shabby chique ambience. Everything on display looked lively. The food we chose was vegan, but we're not, it just sounded so nice, and boy it was too! Nice craft area in a raised area. We're not that close, but my wife intends to visit for craft and lunch with friends. Can't reccomend it enough.
4 based on 408 reviews
This retaurant has an extensive menu to cater for all tastes, attentive and efficient staff and a friendly, relaxed atmosphere. My family eat here regularly and the food is of a consistently high standard. There are a range of menus - bar food, plus an extensive range of options for a more formal meal. Everything arrives quickly, pipng hot and well presented. The food is tasty and interesting. Love the steak, the confit duck and the mussels. The pistachio souffle is wonderful.The restaurant is sufficiently large to usually guarantee a seat, although it is worth booking at weekends. There is also a good seating area outside for when the sun shines. The restaurant is attached to an equally pleasant pub area, spacious and well decorated. I thoroughly recommend this place for a great evening out or a light lunch - for couples and families.Dear Rhian,Thank you very much for your kind words about your experiences at The Jolly Farmer. To add to what you say, we have new, seasonal Autumn menus rolling-out this week which has even more choices going into the colder months. You will be glad to hear that the duck, steak and mussels carry over into the new menu, but you must come try the new pheasant dish too!Our service and kitchen teams are delighted to hear that their considerable efforts are appreciated, and we look forward to welcoming you back soon.Regards,Gary WiseAssistant Manager
4 based on 814 reviews
Bridging the gap between country inn & local restaurant, this substantial brick & timber hostelry is a handy addition to the drinking & dining scene in this gentrified part of the Chilterns. The Three Oaks is an independent and contemporary 'Gastro Pub' w
Every dish adds unexpected ingredients and presents itself in a unique style that makes the food in this gastro pub exceptional. The whole kitchen brigade are to be complemented.Coupled with a young service team that is both knowledgable and has personality, this is an excellent place to dine out.Ciara in particular is a great example of the wait staff. Unfaltering standards over several years is a compliment to Manager Wesley. Highly recommended by this experienced reviewer.
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