La Martinet wrote:The Royal Oak in Tabard Street seems to be the favoured place. See Royal Oak reviews
I have been once and was impressed with the menu but sadly, ended up ordering the wrong thing and it wasn't good at all (Sorry can't remember what it was. I have obviously blocked it from my mind but it wasn't one of the roasts) but everyone else chose well and was very happy.
It's a small pub though so 10 could be tricky.
mogoot wrote:Last Sunday I had roast partridge in the Royal Oak. All the usual potatoes and veg, etc, but the partridge was served on a piece of fried bread, with a side of bread sauce, and with a pile of what I can only describe as fried breadcrumbs with bacon rind. Don't understand the reason for so much bread, and I left the crumbs, but the meal was otherwise enjoyable, helped I'm sure by a couple of pints of Harvey's mild.
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