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

Places to eat & drink in High Wycombe.

Wycombe Museum, located in historic Castle Hill and surrounded by attractive gardens, offers a fascinating tour of the area, whilst paying homage to the region's famous industry, the manufacture of furniture.

High Wycombe itself boasts an 18th century town hall, a 17th century market house and a 13th century church. Wycombe Abbey itself was built in 1795 by James Wyatt.

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

Places to eat & drink in High Wycombe...

The Chequers Inn

Kiln Lane, Wooburn Green, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, HP10 0JQ
Tel: 01628 529575    Fax: 01628 850124

Just two miles from the M40 at Junction 2, it's hard to believe that this deeply rural inn is only 24 miles by road from central London. Built in the 17th century, with a massive oak post and beam bar, it's a splendidly snug spot on a cold winter's night and delightful when sitting out with a drink on balmy summer evenings. Bedroom accommodation is convenient, up-to-date and thoroughly comfortable. Choose the brasserie or bar for relaxed, well-priced meals along the lines of chicken curry or a home made beefburger with bacon, cheese, chips and salad. If you're after something more formal, try the atmospheric dining room, which is prettily decorated with palms and greenery. Here, the award-winning French and English cuisine might include seared salmon with Puy lentil salad and mustard dressing or pot-roast Barbary duck with braised baby beets and deep-fried foie gras.
Type: Pub/Inn

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The George and Dragon

High Street, West Wycombe, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, HP14 3AB
Tel: 01494 464414    Fax: 01494 462432

Reached through a cobbled archway, this 18th century coaching inn has seen generations of visitors, one of whom is rumoured to still haunt its corridors. It's a characterful jumble of whitewashed, timber-framed buildings whose comfortable and interesting bedrooms have the uneven floorboards and quirky angles that come with age. The varied menu should keep everybody happy. Dishes range from starters or snacks such as home made soup, grilled goats' cheese or hot crab pot, through to a wide selection of home-made main courses. Typical examples include Cumberland sweet lamb pie, steak and kidney pudding, beef Wellington and chicken Copenhagen (breast stuffed with cream cheese and wrapped in bacon). As well as a good choice of well-kept real ales, don't miss the opportunity to sample wines imported by the hotel and for sale in the wine shop across the courtyard. Outside you'll also find a large garden complete with children's play area.
Type: Pub/Inn

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