Wonderfully warm welcome with friendly and professional staff. Food was delicious . Well worth the walk up from the canal.
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Not very inspiring from the outside. Small car park. Very friendly and professional service. Perfect Sunday lunch with roasters to die for. It does not get much better than this. Would always go back if passing!!
Ate here yesterday (20/08/17) and both had the roast beef Sunday Lunch. Absolutely delicious! We both ate in near silence - a first for us! Melt in the mouth beef, perfect roast potatoes (crispy outer, fluffy inner), beautiful Yorkshires and delicious gravy. After an abomination...More
Stopped here for a mid-week lunch after a walk with the dogs at the nearby quarry site and canal. The welcome was warm and we sat outside in the very pleasant patio area. Service was good throughout. We had pumpkin tortellini with sage butter which...More
Just had a lovely Saturday lunch, from when you walk in the door, to when you leave the service and food are so good, my friend and I both had calves liver bacon black pudding and roast potatoes. It was really good. We couldn't manage...More
Local ale is Hooky and guest ale Black sheep both kept and served perfectly. Daily menu change cooked by Bryn the owner every dish makes your mouth water We opted for 'posh' pate & hot smoked salmon tart followed by Cajun lamb burger and a...More
A 19th century English pub and eating house, The Oxford Arms serves unpretentious, delicious, “honest” English food with fresh ingredients grown themselves or sourced nearby, as much as possible. Ideally located for a leisurely country meal, the Oxford Arms is a 30-minute drive from Oxford...More
Very disappointed with tonight's visit. We were first given the wrong menu which was then replaced with a second menu which was a smaller version on the first one. When I tired to order steak I was told it was not being cooked tonight as...More
Had a great meal in this lovely village pub to celebrate our sons recent engagement. Lovely cosy feel, delicious food and as a bonus there was a Morris Dancing convention taking place in the street outside - although that did mean the place was literally...More