5 top restaurants near Henley-on-Thames

If you are planning to visit Henley-on-Thames for a break in the Oxfordshire countryside, you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to restaurants and bars near the town.

The Greyhound Free House & Grill

The Greyhound in Peppard Common is owned by renowned chef, Anthony Worrall Thompson and offers comforting pub grub in a delightful location. Sunday lunch is a speciality and includes roast leg of Welsh Spring Lamb and Roast Sirloin of Aberdeen Angus Beef, complemented by an extensive wine list.

The Crooked Billet

Situated in Stoke Row, the Crooked Billet is a rustic inn offering modern and classic British cuisine. Local produce is used where possible and dishes include: Oxford blue pumpkin risotto cakes with trompette mushrooms and Local pork belly with puy lentils, pickled red cabbage and crispy sage.

The Baskerville

Located in Lower Shiplake, the Baskerville is well known for its fantastic Sunday lunches This classic brick country pub combines contemporary décor with period furnishings Modern British meals and drinks are served in the rustic wood-panelled pub, including the free cooked or continental breakfast. There's also a beer garden with a barbecue.

The Plowden Arms

The Plowden Arms in Shiplake is an award-winning pub, serving traditional British dishes and forgotten cocktails in a beamed inn. Accompanied by a 1920’s soundtrack, the food at the Plowden Arms attracts visitors from wide and far. Much of the cuisine was inspired by Mrs Beeton’s cook books. Food is served on vintage crockery with flickering candles on the tables and open fires during the colder months. Favourite menu items include devilled lamb kidneys and beef cobbler with cheese scones.

The Three Tuns

Situated in Henley-on-Thames, the Three Tuns dates back to the 17th century and offers classic, seasonal dishes in a great location. With a terraced garden for al fresco dining, a bar area and an intimate dining room, the Three Tuns offers dining options for all occasions.

Great British favourites with a twist include bubble and squeak, served with duck egg, pancetta and tomato chutney and hot goat’s cheese soufflé with wild garlic and pesto.

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