We found this pub in an old (2010) copy of the AA Good Pub Guide, and took a risk in booking a table with friends. Unfortunately food is not served on the terrace after 5:30, whether this was a one off or a regular arrangement we were unable to find out.
The location is fantastic, with a terrace overloking a bend on the River Thames. It was a summer evening, so there were lots of boats on the river so a great opportunity to people watch. The car park is a bit tight, and we had one of the last spaces at 7:30 so you may need to use the village car park which is very close.
The food was fantastic, with a great choice. We had a selection of starters: scallops of the day (with cauliflower puree when we visited); avocado, tomato and prawn cocktail; salt and pepper squid. Main courses were: cod and chips; sea bass fillets with asparagus and samphire; and king prawn, crab, and chorizo linguine.
With drinks on the terrace, a bottle of wine, and a tip we paid £100 which we all thought was a bargain, especially given the location and potential to overcharge.
Well worth a visit.
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