Hailed as the oldest alehouse in England this pub is definitely worth a visit. It has plenty of seating, both inside and out, and is full of oldie-worldie charm. With extensive ales, wines and a huge menu it is a great venue for eating or just enjoying a drink. The pub has many little characterful sections and lots of nooks and crannies so you can get away from the crowd. The bar can get very busy with drinkers at times but this only adds to the atmosphere.
We had the Sunday lunch which was very tasty, a large meal, with a choice of meats. However it is a little pricey. The pub is obviously a huge tourist attraction but is also very popular with the locals.
If you haven’t been before it is definitely worth a visit. There is a huge car park and plenty of footpaths to get you there if you plan on walking.
We recommend you reserve a table if you plan to eat.
The Old Royal Standard, Brindle Lane, Forty Green, Beaconsfield, Bucks.