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The Cross Keys, Great Missenden - pub details

Cross Keys
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Address: 40, High St, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire, HP16 0AU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 11533) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Great Missenden (0.1 miles), Wendover (4.9 miles), Amersham (5.1 miles)

Brewery: Fullers

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> Current user rating: 5.8/10 (rated by 19 users)
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Saw the mixed reviews on The Cross Keys so thought I'd take a squint at it. Pub is an old brick and flint high street affair, like every place had, before people stayed in so much. Weather was hot so we sat outside, in fact everyone seemed to and garden terrace was packed. Everyone we spoke to said food was very good and as most of them were locals, it was interesting that they rated it one of just two in the village worth a visit. Menu looked interesting and restaurant was pretty and cosy looking, food prices looked very reasonable, so we will be back to eat here soon.
Coronach - 23 Jul 2013 09:13
This is a really bland bland pub. But the worse bit is they try to 'sell you up' its not far removed from a macdonalds.. There must be better in Missenden.

notion - 22 Jun 2013 23:45
I used to visit this pub on a Sunday lunchtime when I lodged nearby; sadly at weekends it now becomes an extension of the nearby Roald Dahl museum complete with screaming babies and unruly children running around the bar unchallenged. Hardly a pleasant atmosphere in which to enjoy Fuller’s ales. So now I only consider visiting the pub late in the evening. However, do not travel far to visit this pub as you cannot rely on it being open. I have made this mistake on several occasions, the last of which was on yesterday. 8:15pm and The Cross Keys was shut with no sign of life. My friends and I were very disappointed having made a ten mile trip in three cars. We will not bother again.

pedantnic - 21 Jan 2013 17:23
Packed on a Saturday early evening. Perhaps the food is good, the menu looked good at any rate. Smallish, cosy and historic pub. A Fullers house that does a good selection of their beers, including Chiswick a weaker parti-gyle of London Pride and not that common. They also do a guest beer. The pint of London Pride I had wasn't very good with hints of vinegar but not bad enough to take back. The Red Fox, Fullers' seasonal autumn beer, I had was very good.
Abteilung - 21 Oct 2012 15:29

A welcome change of landlord a few weeks back looks set to revitalize this great traditional pub. The cellar manager takes pride in keeping that live beast real ale in tip-top condition. The best pint and the best company in the village is to be found here in the Cross Keys. A quality range of pub grub also awaits you; try the hand-cut real chips. A rare gem of a pub.
pedantnic - 30 May 2011 01:46

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