The Duke Of Cumberlands Head, Clifton - pub details
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|I stayed here recently for one night with the family whilst travelling through.|
We had a fantastic meal, I can certainly recommend the 28 day aged steak - fantastic.
The family room we had was adaquate, albeit a bit dated, but for £50 very reasonable.
The pub is on it's own with the nearest pubs being 1.5 miles away, not close enough to walk for me! However, very frienly staff so a few beers in the bar after our meal was very nice.
Ricardo_Anchilini - 27 May 2011 11:15
|great Friendly Pub, Nice garden with hens and pigs, Food out of this world will certainly be going back.|
bunny4321 - 23 Mar 2010 15:01
|had an evening there recently, my pork escalope was only just cooked, which is fine but the side veg had obviously been hanging about for hours, mush to say the least.|
as the youngest person as a customer in the bar, (Im 45) even I didn't appreciate the drum and bass influence of the choice of music, not likely to be going back very soon which is a shame as I have enjoyed meals here in the past
rabc1963 - 15 Nov 2008 21:40
|Lunch at the Duke of Cumberland's Head at Clifton near Banbury. Excellent chicken Dijonnaise, we'll be back. A half of Hook Norton bitter tasted excellent to me after 200 miles non-stop in the June rain. Staff friendly yet professional. Thought the No Riff-Raff sign was a good idea. Immaculate wash room always a good sign.|
terryknight - 24 Aug 2008 15:15
|There was a warm welcome in the grey and unremitting rain, July 9th, from the landlord and his staff. The soup - celeriac - was excellent, and a good serving of bread and butter. The Hook Norton Bitter, and Archers Red Admiral (apparently an Irish style red ale) were both in good condition. |
zorrodp - 10 Jul 2008 11:45
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