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Beech House Beaconsfield

17 Penn Road, Beaconsfield, HP9 2PN

((((* Mediterranean
Main course: £15
Food spend: £30

The veggie burger was delicious, but I would have liked more vegetarian choice.

P Hancock 25 April 2015
from Beaconsfield, United Kingdom

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Based in Beaconsfield, The Beech House brings Mediterranean and British cuisine to the bustling New Town, along with an accomplished fine wine list from the all-day bar. A theatrical open kitchen complete with a Josper oven adds to the relaxed feel of the venue.

Clashing cuisines pack the diverse Beech House menu, and include handmade Scotch egg with free-range pork and sage and onion, together with a traditional starter of cherry tomatoes marinated in basil, garlic and olive oil. A sharing seafood platter of whitebait, smoked salmon, tiger prawns and dressed crab leads the mains, alongside a melting 20-ounce, 21-day dry-aged sirloin pave.

Reclaimed oak panelling and dimpled leather sofas dominate the design scheme, while polished tables and copper lighting injects a dose of contemporary design into the restaurant. International bins and magnums litter the bar, where a wealth of teas and coffees are also served.

A 5-minute walk from Beaconsfield Rail Station, The Beech House in Buckinghamshire is a 3-minute drive to Beaconsfield’s charming Old Town.

Beech House Beaconsfield

17 Penn Road, Beaconsfield, HP9 2PN

Contact +44 1494842166

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Customer reviews for Beech House Beaconsfield

4 ((((* (based on 22 reviews)
90% of diners recommend this restaurant
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  • al fresco (3)
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  • (((** by from High Wycombe

    Great food...the belly pork and crackling was delicious...shame about slow service.

  • ((((* by from Great missenden

    We enjoyed our meal. We were celebrating our wedding anniversary with close family. The staff were all friendly and efficient and the food was tasty and good quality. We were touched by the complimentary chocolate brownie and the decorated plate... I can't write that neatly in pen let alone in chocolate!
    The light bulb above our table flickered irritatingly and when I asked for it to be turned off the waitress turned down the brightness to solve the problem with a smile.
    We would go again.
    Ps Mature diners....bring your reading glasses the menu is hard to read in the at,ospheric lighting!

  • (**** by from Beaconsfield

    We didn't stay to eat here as after 20 minutes no one had approached us to take a drinks order
    or to acknowledge our presence. The restaurant was only about half full so no excuse really

  • ((*** by from High Wycombe

    We've eaten here twice previously and the food was most enjoyable. The menu on this visit was rather limited. The starters were overly flavoured with garlic which was all we could taste throughout the rest of the meal. My main course way average. My fiancé's main course was not to taste; the mashed potato tasted precooked and microwaved and the accompanying jus tasted burnt. The service however was faultless and the staff really attentive.

  • ((((* by from Beaconsfield, United Kingdom

    The veggie burger was delicious, but I would have liked more vegetarian choice.

  • ((((( by from Maidenhead

    Have dined here 5 times now and the food is always very good and very reasonably priced. Can't fault the restaurant at all. The staff are attentive without being intrusive and we love the decor.

  • ((((* by from Beaconsfield

    It's a great place to meet, eat and have a drink. Service is good and staff are very accommodating.

  • ((((* by from Great Missenden

    Excellent food, waitress very pleasant and attentive. Menu had recently changed, a little disappointed that the fillet steak had been taken off.but over all a good choice.

  • (((** by from High Wycombe

    Following our visit to your restaurant on Saturday evening - 31 January I thought I would write to you with a review of your restaurant. I have visited the Beech House in Beaconsfield about 5 times, for the last 2 times recently I have noticed that you have had a new menu. We had an enjoyable evening last night - the ambience and the the buzz of the restaurnt is second to none and it has a lovely cozy feel to it. The menu though in our opinion, whilst reasonably varied lacks an identity. My friend started the meal with tiger prawns - 3 prawns and a sprinkling of salad - about £8.50 which we thought was a little expensive given the type of restaurant that we were visiting.

    I have visited numerous 5* restaurants world wide and would attribute this price to an exclusive French-style silver service restaurant; so in my opinion, whilst the prawns were lovely they were somewhat overpriced at over £2 per prawn! I had the tear and share bread - which I was looking forward to. The bread was served on a breadboard and looked like half a loaf of village-style bread with a dessert spoon of melted cheese on top. We were given a small amount of balsamic vinegar and olive oil to dip the bread in but were overwhelmed by the huge dry chunk we were given and left the majority of it as it was so dry.

    The main meal, we had pulled pork and coleslaw and chips. As the menu didn't describe the dish in any detail we were expecting a traditional syle of coleslaw - cabbage and mayonnaise. The coleslaw we found out was a weird combination of red cabbage, yoghurt and orange!! Not to everyone's taste. The chips appeared to be oven chips, although I did notice that there were chunky chips being served to other customers who had ordered alternative dishes..!

    The waitress was polite and no problem with the service and as a goodwill gesture without us having to ask, deducted the tear and share bread from the bill,

  • ((((* by from Gerrards Cross

    Lively atmosphere, good food, reasonable prices. Would thoroughly recommend.

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