I found this place in Lonely Planet and it had a reasonable review as a place started by an Irish guy with a variety of dishes. The restaurant has both inside and garden dining which face on to an artificial waterfall. It was very busy with inside completely full so I took a table in the garden. November is peak season which did not help but while I was given a table and menu in a reasonable time, my initial drink took about 10 minutes while my first dish took close to 30 minutes. The main took another 30 minutes. The dishes were uninspiring and pretty average while the menu itself is quite eclectic with a mix of local and western which to me did not really work. The toilet was pretty bad and there was an overall run down feel. It is in the tourist area of Thame
Nowhere there are so many places to eat and drink but while this looks promising, I would give it only an average rating.
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