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£11 - £26
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British, Bar
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Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options, Gluten Free Options
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Reviewed 22 January 2024

Lovely atmosphere and what a great menu! Really lovely food and good service. The village is very luck to have this wonderful pub!

Date of visit: January 2024
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Reviewed 22 October 2023 via mobile

The pub and restaurant are nicely decorated, the staff attentive and welcoming however we came for a family meal and the food was overpriced and distinctly average at best. For example my starter was described as..... " Pan fried King Prawns, white wine, garlic and...chilli butter and crusty bread".....what I actually got was 4 king prawns in a sweet chilli dipping sauce straight out of a bottle! Despite ordering a Sirloin Steak rare I'm 99% certain I was served a Rib Eye steak .....the shape was wrong for a sirloin steak and the marbling throughout the meat was reminiscent of Rib eye....plus it was overcooked. £8 for my king prawn starter and £29 for a steak is at the higher end for pub food in my opinion ....I didn't think the quality was reflected in the price.....looking back I was disappointed. My wife had Sea Bass ...which again was overcooked. I'm actually surprised as the Wheatsheaf is now under the same ownership as the Woolpack at Islip ( our usual restaurant of choice) and the food there is exceptional in comparison. Maybe we were just unlucky last night and had a poor meal, however I'm not risking a repeat visit.More

Date of visit: October 2023
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Reviewed 27 September 2023

Had lunch today and both myself and my partner had the chicken Kiev and it was absolutely fantastic, my partner said it was the best she's ever had. Great pub and great food!!!

Date of visit: September 2023
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Reviewed 19 September 2023

Incredible service, food, drink and atmosphere. Absolutely loved it. Would highly recommend - will be going back for sure.

Date of visit: August 2023
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Reviewed 17 September 2023

we live in the next village along and have been to Christmas meals here but nothing else. We booked for Sunday lunch with a visit relative. The service from the staff was so good. Everyone who came to our table was lovely. We all had...a Sunday roast and the food was amazing. The gravy was so flavourful and the serving was just the right amount. We had a lovely experience here and will definitely book to come back again.More

Date of visit: September 2023
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Reviewed 17 September 2023

Went with friends, arrived, were seated with a drink bought to us by waiter by 6.45pm. Found in the menu that some dishes were only available up to 7pm. Finally got asked what we wanted to eat at 7.15 to be told that "we are...too late" I said we have been here well before 7 to be told that "we are very busy". No apology, so ordered from the main menu. My wife's Chicken Kiev was completely overcooked and the leaks were hardly cooked, my pot of micro-waved peas were cold in the middle. Should have complained but didn't want to embarrass our friends. Disaster. Shame.More

Date of visit: September 2023
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Reviewed 2 September 2023 via mobile

We looked on Trip Adviser for somewhere to have lunch not too far off the A14 - we were travelling from Stafford to Ipswich. Trip Advisor suggested the Wheatsheaf - a lovely little pub in Titchmarsh, Northamptonshire. Excellent choice. Off the A14 - straight down...a little country lane for 5 minutes to a pretty village - good food, nice people, not too expensive. Plenty of parking. We’ll definitely be back next time we are hurtling along the A14 at lunch time!More

Date of visit: September 2023
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Reviewed 26 August 2023

This is a real gem of a pub. The food was excellent the beer of equal quality and a good range. The service was efficient and our waitress, Gemma a treasure. Nothing too much trouble and warm and welcoming. This was our second visit and...we will become regular diners. An experience worth travelling for.More

Date of visit: August 2023
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Reviewed 13 July 2023

Came here with a friend and I couldn’t fault my experience. The service was amazing. The staff were extremely friendly and helpful. As soon as we entered the building, staff were ready to help us. We had 2 steaks which were cooked exactly how we...wanted. The portion sizes were generous. The biscoff cheese cake was flavoursome and delicious. Big shout out to India who was very attentive. Will definitely be visiting again.More

Date of visit: July 2023
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Reviewed 29 June 2023 via mobile

Two of the nicest pub meals we’ve had since arriving in England 3 months ago. We stopped here on a whim looking for dinner and were impressed by the service and quality of the meals. Much appreciated thank you.

Date of visit: June 2023
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Reviewed 20 June 2023 via mobile

Our main beef and chicken meals were ok, except for the lack of hardly any vegetables which I expected to arrive separately, but never did. We had four deserts, for four people. When the bill arrived, it seemed quite a lot, and on closer inspection...found we had been charged for seven deserts. When we alerted the guy who seemed to be in charge, there was no apology whatsoever, he just blamed the young lady who had been serving us. He should have taken responsibility himself. Let's hope the meals improve and the manners of those in charge. Although I won't be returning.More

Date of visit: May 2023
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Reviewed 18 June 2023

We ordered a chicken burger and the fish and chips. The fish and chips were disappointing. The portion of fish was small and most of it consisted of overcooked batter, with just a small amount of fish inside. Most of the chips were overcooked and...dark brown in colour. The peas were acceptable. Drinks-wise, we ordered a jug of tap water to start with as it was a hot day. During the meal were not asked if we would like any other drinks. We had to get up to ask for the bill and once this was paid, the waitress turned her back and walked off without saying a thank you or goodbye. Overall, disappointing.More

Date of visit: June 2023
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Reviewed 9 June 2023

Sunday lunch always a fantastic experience here, they're particularly brilliant with Gluten Free customers, it's my favourite place to eat.

Date of visit: June 2023
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Reviewed 13 May 2023 via mobile

As our family is spread out, we were looking for somewhere near Thrapston and remembered The Wheatsheaf. It has been some years since our last visit so decided to give it a go. What a good decision. Most of us ordered the beef which was...just the right size for us and was simply lovely. Presented well, the beef was beautifully cooked, the vegetables lovely especially the red cabbage and a very tasty large Yorkshire pudding. We cannot comment on dessert as we were all too stuffed to have one! We will remember The Wheatsheaf and visit again.More

Date of visit: May 2023
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Reviewed 14 April 2023

Visited the Wheatsheaf for the first time a birthday lunch and will certainly be returning soon. Menu is not extensive which I like as I would rather have the chef concentrate and succeed on a few dishes rather than try to do loads and fail...on them all. I had braised beef cheeks which were absolutely gorgeous, very soft and fell apart with a great sauce. My wife had prawn, crab and crayfish risotto which was one of the best she has had, really tasty almost tasting like a bisque. Orange pud for afters was really tasty with a lovely curd and sorbet. Compliments to the chef. Service was great, attentive but not feeling like we were being pushed. Best meal we have had out for ages and would certainly recommend the Wheatsheaf as a place to eat.More

Date of visit: April 2023
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  • Food: 4.5
  • Service: 4.5
  • Value: 4
  • Atmosphere: 4