Harden's survey result
“Fabulous country food” (hefty and satisfying) is the order of the day at chef-patron Simon Goodman’s hillside sixteenth century boozer, which these days profits from a proper dining area and, as ever, an “amazing garden” overlooking Leith Hill, the highest point in Surrey.
“The wonderful garden is ideal for a leisurely summer lunch” at chef/owner Simon Goodman’s “cosy” 16th-century country pub, serving “hearty portions of good grub”. The relatively new restaurant area “blends in well with the old building”, and view of Black Down, the highest peak in Sussex, is “quintessential England”.
“Dining al fresco on a summers day is heavenly” at this extremely popular “old pub set in marvellous scenery” – “with stunning views” over the South Downs – and “serving wonderful food in an unpretentious manner”.
A “great English country pub serving wonderful food in an unpretentious manner”, amid flagstone floors, log fires and vintage decor; the garden overlooking the South Downs is another major asset.
The Duke Of Cumberland Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Exceeded expectations on all fronts, even if the food and service don't quite get to the next level. A great part of the world for gastropubs"
|Wine per bottle||£20.00|
Henley, GU27 3HQ
|Monday||11:30 am‑11:30 pm|
|Tuesday||11:30 am‑11:30 pm|
|Wednesday||11:30 am‑11:30 pm|
|Thursday||11:30 am‑11:30 pm|
|Friday||11:30 am‑12 am|
|Saturday||11:30 am‑12 am|
|Sunday||12 pm‑11:30 pm|