Slightly pretentious but a beautiful pub. It is indeed the original home of Jamie Oliver and he still lives nearby but the pub has been a success in it's own right with or without his name involved. The set up is good and it is a beautiful low ceiling pub. So low in fact that anyone of average height will probably hit their head at some point. The menu is very good and quite large and mains are between £14 - £18 with fish dishes usually a bit extra. It is mainly frequented by the upper classes so dress appropriately but they still do a lovely pint and have Peroni on tap which is a rarity. There is a great patio out the front that gets the sun all day in the summer and they have B&B accommodation too. Good for a special evening or family do.
Total Crap! Sorry but that's the only way i can describe it
We went there last night & i was looking forward to it
they are trading on their reputation how they ever got a mention in the Michelin Guide i will never know
i ordered the duck liver as a starter which was so over cooked it was as hard as stone so i sent it back they then replaced it with another one that was just as bad
Don't get me wrong i don't mind what i pay for food but i do want it cooked as it should be
perhaps they should make use of the numerous Jamie Oliver books
around the place
This is a country pub/restaurant offering fabulous food. It is the place that Jamie Oliver grew up and his parents still own the establishment. Main courses £15-20 - so not cheap pub food but really good food and atmosphere.
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