British, Traditional Restaurants in Berkshire
1. The Hind’s Head British, Traditional restaurant in Bray High Street - SL6
A picturesque village made famous by its unusually principled vicar, Bray is about as British as it gets - and nowhere more so than...
2. The Crown at Bray British, Traditional restaurant in Bray High Street - SL6
We thrive on bringing people together through food and drink. That’s why when the opportunity to take on The Crown at Bray in 2010 came around, Heston jumped at the chance.
We have set out to create a local hub and community. A country pub that the locals are prou...
3. The Ivy Marlow Garden British, Traditional restaurant in Marlow 66-68 High St - SL7
“Maybe the brand is a bit stretched”, but Richard Caring’s bold expansion is paying off by-and-large, certainly in commercial terms, and – though most branches’ average food-rating is run-of-the-mill – by the standards of large chains, the group delivers a consistent-enough formula, whereby folks accept predictable nursery fodder in return for a dependable dose of ‘affordable glamour’. The “beautiful and festive” Ivy Chelsea Garden (SW3) is the best known in the stable and it’s particularly “wonderful if you manage to get a table in their fabulous garden”. The “big and buzzy” Ivy Kensington Brasserie (W8) is less highly rated, but nevertheless fills a vital niche in the local market for a comfortable, atmospheric and versatile rendezvous (“its bar is also a fun place for a drink”). The City branches (The Ivy Tower Bridge, The Ivy City Garden EC2) and Canary Wharf outlet (The Ivy in the Park, E14) are the highest rated all-round (perhaps reflecting the ongoing lack of convivial spaces out east). “Awesome views” at Tower Bridge are distinct client-pleasers. Other branches taking above-average flak include The Ivy Soho Brasserie, W1 (“busy mayhem” with “slow and disorganised service”) and The Ivy Market Grill, WC2 (“nothing special, rather overpriced, and very busy”). See also Granary Square Brasserie.
5. The Blackbird British, Traditional restaurant in Bagnor High Street - RG20
Chef Dom Robinson (who has worked alongside Tom Aikens and Adam Byatt) has taken ownership of this traditional country pub in Bagnor, a hamlet near Newbury in Berkshire. The pub retains many of its original features and serves a menu of traditional, British cuisine using ingredients sourced from local suppliers.
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