Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the town, deep into the depths of Berkshire, The Royal Oak at Paley Street has nevertheless earned itself a glowing reputation.
Warmly greeted at the door, I was taken with the charming rustic interior of the pub; a local newspaper strewn on a small wooden coffee table to my right, it was clear this place really is a favourite with locals as I had suspected, as well as drawing in punters from hundreds of miles away who make the long trip just to sample some of the renowned cuisine.
Taking a seat in the restaurant, I enjoyed the quirky and eclectic display of artwork adorning the walls, a splash of unique personality you often don’t see anywhere but the menu when dining out. More…….
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Creedy Carver Duck Breast, Bubble and Squeak, Wild Mushrooms
Fran Hazel Deputy Editor from The Handbook paid us a visit back in April. Thank you Fran for taking the time out and for your kinds words. Click here to find out what Fran thought.
We’d like to say a big thank you to Daniel Danwood from the Fine Dining Guide for visiting the Oak and for his flattering write up about us. Very much appreciated. If you’d like to see what Daniel had to say about us please click here.
Thank you to Cheese and Biscuits for this fantastic review. Beautifully written with some great photography. We love the place, but it’s always good to hear what those in the ‘know’ think, especially when they like it. We hope to see you and your friends again soon. To read the review please click here.