Hardens Guide to the Best Restaurants in Amersham
Hardens guides have spent 15 years compiling reviews of the best Amersham restaurants. On Hardens.com you'll find details and reviews of 10 restaurants in Amersham and our unique survey based approach to rating and reviewing Amersham restaurants gives you the best insight into the top restaurants in every area and of every type of cuisine.
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1. Artichoke French restaurant in Amersham 9 Market Sq - HP7
“Why no Michelin star?” Laurie Gear’s “simply brilliant” fixture in a characterful part of Old Amersham espouses all the values the Tyre Man is supposed to hold so dear. “The tasting menu is a stunning experience” with “first class” cuisine and service highly “professional”. “The open plan kitchen is interesting to watch too”. Gripes? “It can feel a bit squeezed-in at busy times”. And “try to get a table downstairs, you’re more in the action: the upstairs room is a little quiet”.
2. Tom Yum Thai restaurant in Amersham 101 Sycamore Road - HP6
“A lovely and busy local Thai” – “the setting is simple”, but the cooking has “fantastic flavours using always-fresh ingredients” and service is “personal”.
3. Gilbey’s British, Modern restaurant in Amersham 1 Market Sq - HP7
“A local favourite” with “low beams and cosy nooks”, this “gorgeous little restaurant in atmospheric Old Amersham” is “perfect for a twosome or a girly catch-up” and offers a “well presented menu of tasty food”. Owned by the Gilbey gin dynasty, it includes “an altogether different wine list from their very own careful selection”.
4. The Green Grocer British, Modern restaurant in Amersham 91 High Street - HP7
The green wave has come to this popular local indie – part grocer, part café, and offering “delicious coffee, salads and amazing cakes”; in early 2018, it adopted an all-vegan and -vegetarian menu, changing its name from ‘The Grocer at 91’, and moving the hit bacon sarnies to local sibling ‘The Grocer at 15’ (there’s also a branch in Gerrards Cross).
5. Hawkyns Indian restaurant in Amersham 16 High Street - HP7
“Has improved recently after being patchy when it first opened” – Atul Kochhar (formerly of Benares fame) is winning more acclaim for his “Indian take on British food” at the timber-framed Elizabethan coaching inn, made famous by ‘Four Weddings and a Funeral’. Feedback on non-food aspects of the offering are still up-and-down however: “brilliant food is not enough – dreadful service and ambience…”; “wonderful spicing of great ingredients, only problem was how quiet it was”.
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