Places to go out & eat & drink in Aylesbury
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Local Restaurants, Cafes, Pubs, Bars, etc in Aylesbury

Places to eat & drink in Aylesbury.

With roots pre-dating the Saxon period and lying to the north of the Chiltern Hills, Aylesbury is Buckinghamshire’s county town. It has plenty of old buildings, many separated by narrow Tudor alleyways, a Victorian clock tower and the King’s Head tavern (one of only two working pubs owned by the National Trust), The Prebendal House, former home to the 18th century satirist John Wilkes, and the town's square has a statue of John Hampden, who by refusing to pay Charles l's Ship Money tax helped to spark the Civil War.

The 13th century local church boasts a Norman tower. There are a number of true old-world villages in the locality, and places that have appeared in the TV detective series "Midsomer Murders". The medieval/Tudor manor house Nether Winchendon House has a superb garden, and the stone gatehouse of Boarstall Tower dates to the 14th century. It has fine gardens that are surrounded by a moat. Aylesbury is also a commuter town, serving the London area.

We cannot give a full list of all available food outlets but below is a small selection of those available in Aylesbury or surrounding areas.

Places to eat & drink in Aylesbury...

Crooked Billet

Ham Green, Kingwood, Nr. Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, HP18 0QJ
Tel: 01296 770239    Fax: 01296 770094

Located within the village of Ham Green, on the A41 between Aylesbury and Bicester, The Crooked Billet is a traditional country pub and restaurant offering the very best in food and fun. Open seven days a week for lunch, dinner and bar meals, you will be spoilt for choice. However, whichever menu you finally choose from, you can be sure that the high quality food has been cooked from fresh ingredients with skill and imagination. Then you can choose from the extensive wine list, the well kept beers or the many soft drinks.
Type: Pub/Inn

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The Red Lion Hotel

High Street, Wendover, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, HP22 6DU
Tel: 01296 622266

The Red Lion is a traditional 16th Century pub and the only hotel in Wendover. Our 24 letting rooms are in keeping with the hotel's olde worlde charm. Friendly staff offer high standards of food, drink and service to business people during the day and locals in the evening. A favourite of locals, because of the ales we offer, The Red Lion is also very family friendly with family rooms inside. We are supplied by regional and national breweries and offer a Beer of the Month plus regularly changing guest ales. There is also a range of lagers and a wide selection of wines. These can accompany a delicious wholesome meal from either a bar menu or extensive restaurant menu.
Type: Pub/Inn

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The Seven Stars

Stars Lane, Dinton, HP17 8UL.
Tel: 01296 748241    Fax: 01296 749000
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The Seven Stars is a charming Grade-II listed pub and restaurant, in the picturesque village of Dinton. Built in the 1640's, with lounge & snug bars, non-smoking restaurant, and attractive garden, this is the ideal spot to eat, as well as enjoy a quiet drink. Within the cosy interior, a number of original features have been retained with exposed beams, a stone inglenook fireplace and built-in settles. If you enjoy fresh Home Made food this is the place for you. The excellent bar and restaurant menus are freshly prepared and cooked to order. Whether to accompany your meal or just to enjoy a relaxing drink you can choose from their selected wines, cask ales, and lagers. Food is served throughout the pub every day .
Type: Pub/Inn

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