High Street Bray Berkshire SL6 2AB
Mon-Sat noon- 2.30pm, 6.30pm-9.30pm; Sun noon-4pm
Renowned chef Heston Blumenthal brought fine dining to Bray with his internationally acclaimed restaurant The Fat Duck, but that's not his only association with this pretty village. Five years ago he took ownership of the Bray pub and it was soon awarded a Michelin Guide Bib Gourmand for its outstanding cuisine.
Based in a beautiful Tudor building, The Hinds Head focuses on traditional British tavern cuisine packed with seasonal ingredients and Blumenthal's trademark flair. Historic dishes of British gastronomy past vie for place on the menu with more well-known favourites, Lancashire hotpot and their award-winning Sunday roast.
Filled with warm, welcoming touches, from sturdy oak panelling and beams to leather chairs and real fires, The Hinds Head focuses, as you'd expect on great quality food made with the best fresh ingredients. The menu is constantly changing depending both on what's in season and what's fresh from their suppliers. We loved the pheasant and bacon terrine with spiced pear chutney and the Oxtail and Kidney Pudding, made in true Tudor style.
Adventure Travel Show 2014
We are giving one lucky reader the chance to win a pair of tickets to The Adventure Travel Show.
Copyright ©2013 Clyde and Forth Press Ltd., 50/56 Portman Road Reading Berkshire RG30 1BA • Tel: 01189 553333