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All reviews lamb creme brûlée whitebait rice pudding potatoes fish cakes soup blue cheese off the beaten track local produce main course two courses sunday lunch the pub front of house cooked to perfection full english
Very friendly welcome and service however the menu is very small with limited choice and the portions are disappointing. I don’t mind paying for quality local sourced food but you really do need to serve more than 7 wedge chips!
The service was the winner...More
We chose Sunday lunch for a family birthday celebration. Delightful village all thatched roof and stone walls. Eagle Tavern was right in the middle. Parking Ok warm welcome inside family hugs and drinks served. We tried a wide range of food and it all impressed....More
Great restaurant using locally sourced seasonal food. The staff are pationate about the menu and take the time to explain what is available for each course and to highlight their personal favourites. We will definitely be returning.
Really friendly staff, amazing food and great atmosphere here. I had the lamb, which was absolutely divine, and my boyfriend had the duck which was equally tasty. We shared the Oxford blue brulee and the Buratta starters which were really interesting and delicious.
Summary: Michelin grade food; cosy and non pretentious and Ridiculous value (fresh bread entre, 3 courses for 2 with bottle of good wine for £35/ person!!!
This place is great. Close to us and such great food - I mean tickle your balls good -...More
My wife and I visited The Eagle For Christmas Day lunch yesterday. We were served with three fabulous gifts, Starter, Main Course and Desert. Absolutely excellent cuisine and amazing service. We love this restaurant, it always delivers. Many thanks to Marcel and all his Team....More