We visited this pub/restaurant on Easter Sunday at around 8pm, and were treated to an excellent meal accompanied with outstanding service. The staff were friendly and helpful from the start, showing us to our table and explaining the ordering process (ordering the food at the bar), and did so with a smile on their face.
The place itself was incredibly aesthetic, having opened only 6 months ago it is of course fairly new, but it had a really sophisticated and friendly decor, that achieved a successful blend of a pub/restaurant atmosphere.
Before we ordered the food, we both grabbed a glass of Pepsi. I would like to mention that due to the recent sugar tax no doubt, I'm fairly sure it was Diet Pepsi/Pepsi Max, but obviously not the pub's fault.
My girlfriend is a vegetarian, and as such we are always sceptical of eating at new places because not everywhere is vegetarian friendly. However, the choice of dishes for vegans/vegetarians alike was substantial, with different types of dishes to please all types of dietary preferences. She decided to order the 'Veg Yorkie Pud Wrap', and I myself went for the 'Carnivore Burger'. We didn't have to wait long for the food (approx. 15 mins), and it was excellently presented. The portion sizes were great, enough to fill anyone up, and the food was cooked to perfection. The meat was juicy and thick, and the accompanying gravy helped to ease any concerns of dryness. The chips were great, crispy and golden; the only concern we would have is that not enough gravy was provided, but other than that we can't fault it, the food was tasty and brilliant!
For dessert we ordered a 'Chocolate Brownie Sundae', which was a perfect way to round off the evening. This was also very nice, and the ice cream was fresh and yummy; we shared this between us because we were quite full after the main, but this could definitely be eaten by one person.
Overall we had a great evening and meal at the Spindle and Thread, and we would not hesitate to recommend it to anybody. Thank you to the staff who made our night so good, and the chefs who provided us with such excellent food. I'm sure the place will become a staple in Wycombe in the not too distant future!
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