Great Review

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

 

 

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About The Royal Oak Paley Street

Owned by Nick Parkinson this 17th-c pub has a stylish elegance and a relaxed, warm and friendly atmosphere. It is one of only 10 Michelin star pub restaurants in the country and one of only two that also hold 3 AA Rosettes.
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