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The Leatherne Bottel

The Bridleway, Goring-on-Thames, RG8 0HS 01491 877023

(((() British
Main course: £21
Food spend: £45
Opening hours
Open for lunch from 12:00 to 14:30 Monday to Saturday, and 12:00 to 15:00 on Sunday. Open for dinner from 18:00 to 21:00, Monday to Saturday.

Stunning location,perfect weather and a lovely lunch, couldn't have been better, could have sat by the river all afternoon

Eleanor 08 July 2013
from Marlow

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Overlooking the Berkshire Downs, The Leatherne Bottel holds 2 AA Rosettes, and presents sumptuous modern European cuisine with fragrant Pacific Rim influences. Surrounded by flowers and herbs, the idyllic summer terrace is the perfect beauty spot, with sensational riverside views.

Offering affordable luxury, The Leatherne Bottel menu features innovative delicacies like roast fillet of sea trout with Jerusalem artichoke, samphire, fennel and tea-smoked mussels or seared scallops with cauliflower purée and scallop cappuccino. The exceptional wine list showcases superb international bottles to perfectly complement the imaginative dishes, and the service is excellent.

Light and airy, the dining room at The Leatherne Bottel restaurant is full of quaint character, with vivid paintings, white linen dressed tables and an air of classic elegance. A warming log fire in the winter months exudes a cosy and welcoming glow.

The Leatherne Bottel in Goring-on-Thames showcases eclectic culinary creations, with immaculate presentation. Pangbourne Rail Station is a 6-minute drive away.

The Leatherne Bottel

The Bridleway, Goring-on-Thames, RG8 0HS

Contact +44 1491872667
Reservations 01491 877023

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Customer reviews for The Leatherne Bottel

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  • romantic (14)
  • business (7)
  • luxury (6)
  • views (5)
  • al fresco (4)
  • dinner (4)
  • large parties (4)
  • lunch (3)
  • child friendly (1)
  • (((** by from Goring on Thames

    Crockery OK but there were water marks on the cutlery which spoiled the experience. Food excellent.

  • ((((( by from Marlow

    Stunning location,perfect weather and a lovely lunch, couldn't have been better, could have sat by the river all afternoon

  • (**** by from High Wycombe

    Our normal venue is The Springs but thee weeks ago when we arrived there a power cut had closed the hotel.for any catering. The receptionist recommended we go to The Leatherne Bottel. We weer delighted with everything, ambience, staff, food etc. Definitely a return visit. We returned on Sunday June 2nd inviting two friends from Thame and two from Cardiff to join us in a lunchtime birthday celebration. Ambience,staff etc perfect. Four of our party had the roast beef. It was served red in colour, almost raw, impossible to even chew. The roast potatoes were hard and difficult to cut whist the Yorkshire puddings were black, totally over cooked. It really was the worst Sunday roast we have ever accounted. Our friends did not complain to the waiter until afterwards, they did not wish embarrassing my husband as it was his treat. Two of us did enjoy the hake. 75% of the beef went in doggy bags and the animals were very happy. Starters and sweets were excellent. Having our coffee in the open and watching the ducks and the boats going by did ease our disappointment.

  • ((((( by from Reading

    We dined mid week in the evening. Its hard to review a restaurant that seems to get so much right. I have been dining out for many years and i am always aprehensive in trying new restaurants because when they are rated so highly you dont want to be dissapointed.You wont be if you were to dine here. From the welcoming right through to the door being opened for us as we were leaving, everything was made perfect for us. The staff were friendly and very attentive and the chef topped off the day to make sure everything was to our liking. Beef weelington with crisp pastry and tender beef which the chef let us know that he ages the meat on site to make sure of the quality. Top that off with fine wines and homemade desserts, with the classic style of years gone by with modern techniques and flavours.Over all a top meal, my only gripe is that on these long dark evenings some subtle sounds in the background wouldnt go a miss.

  • ((((( by from Kenilworth, Warwickshire

    Dined at 1.30pm Food inventive with flavours but not to the detriment of the dish. Nothing bad to add.

  • ((((* by from London

    Not as polished as on previous visits

  • ((((( by from South Oxfordshire

    Good food served in a friendly, helpful and sensitive manner on a pleasant sunny evening in May.

  • ((((( by from Reading

    We eat at 7pm, the dining room was lovely, and the team were very attentive, without being overbearing. the food was excellent, and the staff very friendly.

  • ((((( by from Newbury

    The food here is fantstic. we normally go on a warm sunny day and sit on the terrace overlooking the Thames just watching the boats go by. It has always been one of our favourite localish places to eat, partly because the menu is so varied and the staff just can't do enough to help you.

  • ((((( by from Oxford

    Great lunch, perfect food, good sized portions for a lunchtime.

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