Holder of an AA Rosette and part of the Good Pub Guide’s pub group of year 2016, The Trout at Tadpole Bridge is a charming gastropub nestled in the Cotswolds. Housed in a 17th-century inn, the restaurant serves hearty British favourites alongside more creative uses of local produce.
With the Thames on their doorstep, the Trout at Tadpole Bridge menu is brimming with fresh fish dishes. Discover chargrilled rainbow trout with crayfish butter and fries, or the Pan-fried hake fillet with crushed potato, Swiss chard & butter sauce. Elsewhere on the menu find the likes of rack of lamb with beetroot moussaka, hummus and feta, and strawberry soufflé with clotted cream.
A rustic country pub, The Trout at Tadpole Bridge near Oxford is also home to a popular Sunday roast and a children’s menu. From the bar, find an impressive range of world wines, draught beers and spirits. The spacious private dining room looking out onto the garden makes a great spot for special occasions.
A quaint village pub with toasty wood burners inside, and a beer garden outside, The Trout Buckland Marsh is a 15-minute drive from Witney and a 25-minute drive from Oxford.
The Trout at Tadpole Bridge
Brookland Marsh, Faringdon, SN7 8RF
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Customer reviews for The Trout at Tadpole Bridge
(**** 19 December 2016 by Andrew Bowman from Oxford
Far too expensive for what we were given, restaurant empty on a Saturday evening must be a indication of what others think too. Absolutely no atmosphere not even background music. Will not be going again.
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