Whether you’re heading out for a hearty breakfast, a light lunch with friends or a special occasion, you’ll find the perfect place near the Oxfordshire town of Watlington. We hope the following provide a few ideas. Whilst all were open at the time of writing, it’s worth checking opening hours online.
The Chequers is a delightful 16th century pub on Love Lane in the heart of Watlington which is home to the Fat Buddha Thai.
The Fat Buddha Thai serves delicious food – and the guiding principle of each dish is the harmonious combination of flavours. The result is a menu that offers popular and well-known dishes cooked in a traditional way.
Alongside this menu, you’ll find other, more authentic and contemporary Thai dishes from all over the country. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner and there’s a takeaway service so you’ll be able to enjoy the taste of Thai food at home. Booking is advisable – either online on the website at www.chequerswatlington.co.uk or over the phone.
Located on Hart Street in Henley on Thames, this popular chain restaurants is a feast for the eyes as well as the tastebuds.
With bold and vibrant interiors, a wealth of florals and colours celebrating Thailand’s rich landscape, this restaurant offers delicious meals crafted from authentic Thai ingredients.
Each dish, from the famous Salt & Pepper Squid to the popular Sticky Chicken, has been prepared with loving care by expert Thai chefs and is a tribute to Thailand’s richness of natural ingredients.
‘Giggling at Home’ means you can enjoy Thai Food in the comfort of home but if you enjoy heading out for a meal, the restaurant is open for lunch and dinner.
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Located at the Lambert Hotel, the Kite has received an AA Rosette and AA Breakfast Award.
The restaurant offers delicious classics and an a la carte menu so whether you’re opting for formal or casual dining, there’s something to suit you.
The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, afternoon tea and Sunday lunch, surf’n’turf Fridays – and everything in between.
The menus feature imaginative, modern, British cuisine and traditional pub classics, bar snacks and puddings.
This Michelin-starred restaurant boasts ‘gardens and gastronomy in the English countryside.’
Set within a 15th century manor house, Le Manoir has a long history of excellence. The restaurant earned two Michelin-stars upon opening 38 years ago and has retained them every year since – indeed, has the reputation of being one of Britain’s best restaurants.
Run by leading French chef, Raymond Blanc, the restaurant kitchen has trained 34 Michelin-starred chefs and the venue was used as a filming location in the BBC2 television programme ‘The Restaurant.’
The gardens are used to grow fresh produce including vegetables and varieties of herbs and the wine cellar has over 600 specially selected wines from around the world and, outside, and a helipad is available for clients.
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