The Old Thatched Inn
The Old Thatched Inn, Adstock
The Old Thatched Inn, which is situated in the picturesque village of Adstock, is a restaurant that dates back to 1702 and offers its own unique style and flavour within a relaxed and comfortable environment. The Old Thatched Inn offers an informal dining experience for people who prefer to socialise over a good meal rather than just a pint and a packet of crisps.
The team at The Old Thatched Inn believe in casual dining and use only fresh ingredients from local suppliers sourced from Buckingham and Buckinghamshire where possible. There is an extensive fish selection, delivered direct from Billingsgate market, with Friday night fish specials being a particular hit with customers.
Customers can relax with friends and enjoy a glass of wine from a superb and extensive wine list, or choose from one of the excellent fine ales. There is a well stocked bar with a fantastic shelf selection of malt whiskies and other spirits from across the globe.
The menu reflects both our own taste as well as that of the customers. The chef sources the finest, freshest ingredients from a multitude of small specialist food producers and suppliers, locally when possible, organic when available. The chefs refrain from messing it about too much, cook it simply, with the emphasis on taste but with modern presentation in mind.