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The Royal Oak
GL12 8AD Tel 01454 430993 Food Served 12-3 and 6-10 Mon to Friday 12pm-10pm Sat and 12-4pm Sunday
A wonderful week of fantastic food
Locally sourced freshly prepared
Curry night, eat in or take away
OAP Discount day
Create your own burger. Choose from pulled pork, beef, chicken, spicy bean then get creative with a selection of fillings and sides.
OAP Discount Day
Pie and Pudding club. Choose from a selection of handmade pies, accompanied by our delicious handcrafted puddings
Wine and Steak night. Two steaks and a bottle of wine from £24.95
Fish and chip shop menu. From £6.50 take away (take away runs Mon to Sat).
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The Royal Oak
Tel: 01454 430993
|Monday-Friday||Lunch served 12-3pm, Dinner served 6-9pm||Bar open 12-close|
|Saturday||Food served 12-9pm||Bar open 12-close|
|Sunday||Food served 12-when it's gone! (usually around 4pm)||Bar open 12-close|
Come for a glass of wine and relax in the library or enjoy your freshly prepared food in our historic restaurant, featuring a medieval well.
We offer private dining for large groups for that special occasion.
Our experienced Chef and his team are passionate about cooking for you...
Everything you see on our menu is made to order.
We promote creativity in the kitchen where Chris (Chef) will express this through regular menu changes and interesting ‘Specials’.
We pride ourselves on using traceable, locally sourced produce, prepared to an exceptional standard...
Due to our popularity and exclusive number of covers we always advise booking in advance to avoid disappointment.
The date of 1674 on the fireplace in our snug may not be when The Royal Oak was built, but a restoration record on a new fireplace.
The old oak tree on Bibstone Hill probably encouraged the name of our pub. The remaining tree looks as though it could be at least three hundred years old.
Our cellar was used for cart building. The story goes that after one cart had been built, it had to be dismantled to remove it!
The Royal Oak has modern facilities, but the attractive timbered building is listed, and dates from 1674.
The well is full of fresh spring water. A diver went down to explore it in 1999, but the dive wasn't a success - he hit a grille and modern debris just 15 feet down, so the well is keeping its secrets for now.