The Red Lion at Brightwell-cum-Sotwell is the archetypal English village pub; a gorgeous thatched 16th Century building whose most famous visitor was evidently George III. He popped in after a stag hunt but what did we think when we dropped by?
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Zigana Turkish Kitchen (generally known as Ziganas) is a popular Turkish restaurant and takeaway in Didcot.
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We ate lunch at The Packhorse Inn during last year’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme and I’ve wanted to return for dinner ever since. Now that I’ve finally managed it, what did I think?
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Last weekend we visited The Bear Inn in North Moreton for a birthday celebration. The owners had changed since our last visit but we still enjoyed a hearty meal.
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One of the few treats remaining during these lockdown times is the weekend takeaway. When I heard about a new takeaway, Caesar’s Grill (now renamed Imperial Grill) opening on Ladygrove I decided it would be next on my list to discover. What did we think?
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Look away if you’re on a diet! Pizza and chips aren’t healthy but they’re great as an occasional treat. I’ve reviewed Caprinos, one of the five options for takeaway pizza in Didcot.
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Pronto pizza and pasta bar opened at the end of 2018 in the old Nationwide office and has quickly become one of my favourite takeaways.
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Fort Woks is a relatively new Chinese takeaway on Great Western Park in Didcot. It offers a modern menu with a twist, perfect if you fancy something a little different from the other outlets in town. So what did we think of it?
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Last week’s impromptu snow day was the perfect opportunity for a pub lunch. Easily walkable from Didcot, the Fleur de Lys in East Hagbourne is a cosy 17th Century village pub. It’s popular with locals and well known for its folk nights. But what was our lunch like?
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