Went to this pub for the first time last night. Loved the flagstone floor, the beams and the wood furnishings. For starters we ordered the pint of prawns, skate cheek and squid which came with 2 sauces and bread plus the smoked mackerel with horseradish cream and beetroot puree to share between 3 of us, plenty enough and both starters were superb. For main we ordered paella, pan fried chicken breast and crab linguine, the crab dish was one of the best pasta dishes I have ever had, the linguine was buttery, there was just the right amount of chilli to give the dish some heat without overpowering the delicate crab - this dish was an unbelievable £11. For pudding we shared a pannacotta and a chocolate pot which came with a citrus shortbread, both lovely. The prices are very reasonable, starters are around £7, mains from £11-£20, puds around £5.50, wine from £13 upwards. Will definitely be visiting again next time I'm in High Wycombe.
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