We had a fantastic lunch - simple but good quality - at the Victoria Arms in Old Marston after an hour or so punting along apeaceful stretch of The Thames from Cherwell Boathouse. It's an established route and when you glide into view of the pub, you will see a multitude of punts all tied up along the walkway at the foot of the pub garden.
The venue has lots of outdoor tables, a decent, albeit it simple menu, good choice of beer and ales on tap as well as wine by the glass. Staff are very friendly and the service is quick, although on sunny days it does get extremely busy so make sure you order at the bar as soon as you arrive.
Only down side is that the food is pricey for what it is but that said, the portions are a good size and it is all part of a lovely day out! They even offer a variety of meat, cheese, fish or vegetable boards called the 'Puntsman' so if you're looking for a slice of Little England, this is definitely worth the effort.
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