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The Cherry Tree Inn, Stoke Row - pub details

Cherry Tree Inn
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Address: Main Rd, Stoke Row, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, RG9 5QA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 15613) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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Just joined and really surprised to see my local hasn't been reviewed in ages!

Management has changed, and I think ownership but don't quote me, since the last review.

They always have Brakspears Bitter on and another guest beer. Sometimes Brakspear but more often not... The manager keeps it well, and she'll be the first to talk to you for hours about it! My husband often gets sent home from the pub with her apologies for talking his ear off

The food was a bit patchy until a couple of months ago because the new management had trouble finding a great chef, but they seemed to have found a gem... There's the standard burger and steak, both good, but there's other stuff too. Not just old pub grub...

I would differently recommend going on a sunny afternoon... Beautiful garden with good amount of seats...
Missyhendon - 22 Apr 2015 14:57
Low-beamed pub interior upon entrance with part-flagstoned, part-wooden floor. Eating areas through open doorways either side of the bar area. Two ales on: Brakspear Bitter and Oxford Gold, £3.50 and £3.60 respectively. Crisps (Salty Dog) £1.30. Piped beats and breaks seguing into jazz over the speakers. Hobgoblin-battered Takeaway Haddock & Square Cut Chips and caper mayo wrapped in the Henley Standard for £9.50 (don't tell Brakspear). In response to the below, Carol Decker and her husband traded for the last time on Christmas Day 2011.
Komakino - 22 Mar 2013 16:44
According to the entry for Carol Decker (T-Pau) on Wikipedia, she was a partner in this pub in 2006, don't know if this is true or still the case.
IMG1975 - 17 Aug 2012 17:21
Not very local for me, but I visited in 2002 during a cycling pub crawl of Brakspear's pubs to dringk as much Brakspear's as possible before they stopped brewing. It was a proper old-fashioned country pub, and there was a 94-year-old man drinking there who told us he had been a regular for over 80 years.

Went back last week and was sorely disappointed. It is now yet another smart food outlet (with heavily-gravelled approach so you have to walk a bicycle the last little bit). Beer drinkable but very average. Crisps nice but at 1.30 a packet they should be. Most people seemed to be eating. Nasty plastic name sign stuck on the front of the building (see image 1 at top of page).

The sign outside says "Pub Restaurant" - maybe "Restaurant Pub" would be more accurate. As a rule of thumb, I find any establishment which has a sign outside announcing it is a pub, generally isn't my sort of place. The Cherry Tree is no exception.
newbury_drinker - 23 Jul 2012 10:09
Friends and I visited this pub for the first time today. The staff were friendly, and the food was very tasty. BUT the portion sizes were very small (especially considering the prices are 30% more than similar pubs). When politely challenged over the portion sizes, the staff said we were welcome to order a side helping, but we would be charged extra. When paying the bill we thanked them for the tasty food, but politely made it clear we were unsatisfied with the portion sizes...the staff response was ,"Sorry you were dissatisfied with your meal. Pleae enter your PIN". Probably a nice pub for a drink and chat with friends, but our visit was spoilt by over-priced and under-quantity food.
cyclinggraham - 13 Nov 2010 19:33

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