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The Three Trees, Bletchley - pub details

Address: 144 Buckingham Road, Bletchley, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, MK3 5JB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 17741) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bletchley (1 mile), Fenny Stratford (2 miles), Bow Brickhill (3 miles)

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user reviews of the Three Trees, Bletchley

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Had my retirement do at the Three Trees yesterday evening. The service was fantastic and the food superb. We all had a great time and would recommend it totally.
evieT - 1 May 2014 12:16
A very large, multi-roomed pub in the centre of Bletchley, it has the bland, identikit feel of many chain establishments and the focus here seems to be very much on bland, identikit food which is, I suppose, in keeping with the surroundings. That said, it’s a reasonably attractive building with plenty of flower filled hanging baskets and a garden area at the front, along with further outdoor seating on two sides. Some of this is reserved for diners though.

The front of the pub has a wood strip floor with wood balustrade partitioning and this appears to be the restaurant area with the majority of tables filled with diners on a recent visit, and I got the impression that one ordered at the table if eating here. To the right was a large carvery counter and this seems to be a popular feature of their food offering.

The bar area is around to the left, and this is slightly more convivial with carpeted flooring and the usual generic cream and pale brown paintwork. There are a few high bar stools and tables to sit out and this extends out in to a couple of conservatories at the side and the rear. I guess these could on occasions be used for eating as well, which may well leave limited room for drinkers. On a recent Tuesday evening visit though it was fine, with these two areas being almost empty. There were also a couple of Chesterfield sofa’s about and a bookcase with a selection of books to peruse. Various other miscellaneous junk was dotted around such as old tea pots and candelabra and a plasma showing a news channel was on the wall, although the sound was off so this was not too intrusive.

Besides the carvery mentioned previously, the menu offered an extensive selection divided in to sections such as Pub Classics, Steaks, Burgers, Fish and Pies, with most of the mains being around the £7 - £8 mark. I think there may also have been various specials on different nights of the week. My Chicken Tikka Masala was an odd dish whose dominant flavour was tomato soup, and indeed it had a similar appearance and texture save for the few bits of chicken floating about in it. It’s often the case that if a pub meal is not particularly satisfactory it might be compared to a supermarket ready meal, but in this case I think that would be doing ready meals a disservice. And why on earth were the rice and curry served in two small separate bowls plonked on the plate? Who wants to try and eat their food like that, and even if you did the sloppy texture of the curry would have made it next to impossible to get out without a spoon.

Beers on tap were Marston’s EPA, Hobgoblin and Doom Bar. Ciders were a somewhat uninspiring Strongbow and Magner’s Golden Draught. I was going to mark this pub a 5, but with the poor food it can only be a 4.
Blackthorn - 11 Sep 2013 08:25
This pub is fantastic!
They re-opened in December last year under new management and have completely turned the place around!
The run down pub has been elegantly refurbished and now serve delisious homecook food plus an all day carvery.
I would definetely recommend this Pub/Restaurant to anyone who enjoys great food and friendly service in a relaxing atmosphere.

Sammy85 - 5 May 2012 12:59
i have to agree, that there seems to be few kids running around during the day, but on the other hand, its just had a major refurb, and looks really good, plenty for the kids to do in the adventure playground area, cheapish boozer, but dont be put off by the fact that kids do rummage through the pub, monday to wednesday, PM visits by far the better time. But the Old Swan across the road is the better pub, but this is worth a visit.
anonymous - 13 Mar 2007 09:21
went into this pub last night was my mates local good
crowd of us for the karaoke and had a great time sang 2 songs solo and some as a group really enjoyed it found this pub to be great craic, will definetly be going again on a friday
anonymous - 14 Oct 2006 11:58

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