The Talbot Inn

Inn in Eynsham, Oxfordshire

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The Talbot Inn, Eynsham

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If you like traditional home-cooked food and real Ale served from the barrel, youll love The Talbot. Trevor Johnson, formerly the manager of Colleys Supper Rooms, famous for its six course meals, has brought his culinary skills to bare at this beautiful Oxfordshire pub which now proudly presents a mouth-watering menu of freshly prepared fair. From his own recipe for homemade bread and butter pudding with grand marnier to traditional Cottage Pie, youll find the Talbot easy to find but hard to leave.

 3 star rating

From: £45.00

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