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Restaurants and Gastropubs

There are a number of fine dining establishments within a relatively short distance of Chalgrove. Whether you are looking for somewhere to visit after a country walk or a more memorable destination for a special occasion, there is guaranteed to be a location to suit. Many of the establishments in the Chalgrove area boast widespread popularity and it is recommended that almost all be booked prior to your visit. Please refer to the list shown and click on the title for further details.

Restaurants and Gastropubs Related Links

  • The Red Lion - Chalgrove (0 mi)
    The Red Lion is a traditional village pub offering a fine selection of real ales and quality wines. There is excellent cuisine on offer with a wide range of seasonal dishes and specials complementing the extensive lunch and dinner menus.
  • The Picnic Hamper (1.0 mi)
    The Picnic Hamper cafe and business lounge provides food, drink and free wifi, Monday to Friday.
  • The Lord Nelson Public House - Brightwell Baldwin (2.1 mi - pleasant walk)
    The Lord Nelson Inn is a fine 18th century public house in the village of Brightwell Baldwin Oxfordshire, a few miles from the M40 Motorway and the small market town of Watlington. Brightwell Baldwin is an easy, pleasant walk from Chalgrove via Cadwell Lane.
  • The Half Moon - Cuxham (2.4 mi)
    Serving a stylish take on country pub fare with traditional favourites and a few tasty surprises.
  • The Crazy Bear - Stadhampton (2.5 mi)
    This is a wacky eatery with a red London bus for a reception, smart glasshouse and a huge toy bear in the trendy bar. There is a flamboyant English restaurant which serves British and French brasserie dishes. A more intimate room offers authentic Thai cuisine. Glamorous, individually styled bedrooms boast chic designer furnishings.
  • Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons - Little Milton (3.5 mi)
    Elegant beamed restaurant with a large conservatory, set in a luxurious hotel. French-inspired cooking uses seasonal garden produce and dishes are prepared with skill, clarity and a lightness of touch. Choose from the monthly à la carte or try the signature dishes on the 9 course menu ‘Decouverte‘. The restaurant has two Michelin stars and scores 9/10 in the Good Food Guide. It is owned and run by the leading French chef Raymond Blanc. The gardens are used to grow fresh food for the restaurant.
  • The Fat Fox Inn - Watlington (3.7 mi)
    The Fat Fox Inn is located at the centre of the small market town of Watlington on the edge of the Chiltern Hills. The pub has an attractive bar set next to an inglenook fire place with a wood burning stove and a newly developed dining room which is elegantly eclectic.
  • The Spice Guru - Watlington (3.7 mi)
    The Spice Guru believe that Indian Cuisine should constantly be evolved and adapted. Their Team of Award Winning Chef's have created a Menu that Combines Indian Ingredients with Local Produce. The Spice Guru is a sophisticated dinning experience.
  • The Red Lion - Britwell Salome (5.2 mi)
    Re-opened in 2012 as a country pub restaurant serving excellent home made, locally sourced, food. A free house, currently offering West Berkshire Brewery beers.
  • The Mole Inn - Toot Baldon (5 mi)
    Popular pub with pleasant terrace and beautiful landscaped gardens. Appealing menu suits all tastes and appetites. Sourcing is taken seriously, so when ingredients are gone, they‘re gone.
  • The Fox and Hounds - Christmas Common (5.9 mi)
    The Fox and Hounds at Christmas Common is best known for its enchanting rural position, rustic and cosy atmosphere, and good wholesome country food prepared from seasonal ingredients that are locally sourced wherever possible.
  • Five Horseshoes - Maidensgrove (6.5 mi)
    This is a walkers‘ paradise: a charming part-18th century inn boasting a characterful beamed bar and suntrap restaurant with countryside views. Doorstop sandwiches, comforting classics and homely desserts.