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Originally built in the 1700's the Horseshoes is one of Witney's Oldest pubs. Still boasting original beams, fireplaces and solid wood floors. The Shoes remains a comfortable, warm & welcoming establishment for everyone to enjoy!
All reviews sunday roast burger scallops duck pie yorkshire pudding fish and chips potatoes three horseshoes the pub deli board half price wine wychwood brewery lovely meal booked a table gins specials
Have eaten here a few times in the evening on visits to Witney and it has always been 1st class. So this visit we decided to try Sunday lunch, NOT disappointed! It was fabulous, the roast beef was rare but with the opportunity to have...More
Haven’t visited for a while. Half price wine plus meal with friends. However half price wine only includes certain wines which was disappointing. Food is very lovely and delicious but quite pricey. A nice evening out in a very busy pub/ restaurant.
This is a great gastro pub. We had fabulous fish and chips, but there were so many tempting dishes on the menu it was really hard to choose. The portions are generous, and the quality of the ingredients excellent. Very nice and helpful staff. Great...More
Dropped in on New Years Day and had a “starter” of salt beef and poached egg with mustard sauce with side order of fries. Perfect!
Just right for a quick snack with a couple of glugs of wine. You do not have to have the...More
A homely, welcoming pub in the heart of Witney. A good menu, with the Christmas fayre available if you order at the time of booking. We went straight for the mains, both going for the slow cooked lamb. It was superb, it fell off the...More
We came here for a work Xmas do, 2 courses for £23.00. Food was non existent. The Xmas dinner included 3 small roasties, 2 small pigs in blankets a small slice of turkey on top of half a slice of beef. We thought the veg...More
Everything about the layout of this fine establishment yells pub but it ain’t! It is what is now called a “gastropub” which really means a restaurant where you can get a drink!
That is not say anything bad about it - the food choice, quality...More