Let's do lunch!

Whether you fancy a gastro pub, farm shop, country estate tearoom or Scandi inspired eatery, Bucks has got the lot.

The Gastropub

If you're looking for a gastropub with a stylish interior, then look no further than The Jolly Farmer overlooking the common at Chalfont St Peter. Not only does it serve English classics, including Sunday roasts, it also conjures up wonderful French brasserie staples. This unique pub / French bistro combo works really well and in true French style, you can bring your dog! 

The Farm Shop

Orchard View Farm is a rare breeds farm which boasts a restaurant, farm shop, award-winning butchery and luxury campsite. With the focus on their own meat and locally produced ingredients, you can be assured of a 'farm to fork' experience. All the meals are homecooked and you can enjoy views over the animal paddocks and fields for a truly bucolic experience.

The Estate Tearoom

The Phoenix Kitchen at Claydon Coutyard on the Claydon Estate, home to Claydon House where Florence Nightingale once lived, offers breakfasts, lunches, cakes, teas and snacks in a lovely setting.  The courtyard is home to several independent retailers and there are lovely grounds to wander and work off the lunch. They pride themselves on using local ingredients where possible, with daily specials, seasonal options and homemade cakes for a truly unique experience each time you visit.

The Scandi Eatery

Tucked away in the Bucks village of Haddenham, when visiting Norsk you could be forgiven for thinking you are in a chic urban cafe. Renowned for their artisan breakfasts, wholesome lunches (their salads are adventurous and delicious), homemade soups and tempting cakes, you can soak up the stylish Scandi surroundings and admire the gorgeous homewares and gifts that are also for sale. On top of all this, their coffee really is great and you can even buy it at their other shop at the train station, along with sandwiches and snacks.

 

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