We met up with some friends for a drink and a meal and were pleased to find The Elephant still serving food until quite late on a Saturday evening. We sat in the bar which was quiet but filled up as the evening progressed. Good local beers and a very friendly and chatty barmaid! We ordered our food at the bar and didn't have to wait long for it. The boys had steaks which came with either chunky chips; fries or mash. The meat was fine and it was a good-sized steak as well - from a local butcher. The girls had ham;eggs and chips with the thick pieces of ham again locally sourced. Some wine and coffee and although not the cheapest meal we have had we were happy enough with the quality and quantity. The barmaid even advised us when our last train home was, so a very pleasant evening out.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Elephant offers its guests an experience of quirky luxury and a warm welcome, whether staying overnight, dining in the restaurant, or having a relaxed drink in the bar. All 22 bedrooms are individual and furnished with handcrafted furniture, rich ornamental rugs and opulent fabrics. The bar, known as Babar, has a bistro feel, serving simple but excellent British produce, while the restaurant offers beautifully cooked unpretentious food in elegant surroundings. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Elephant At Pangbourne Hotel Pangbourne
- The Elephant Hotel Pangbourne
- The Elephant Pangbourne