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The Perch Inn, Binsey - pub details

Address: Binsey, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX2 0NG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 27276) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Oxford (1.2 miles), Islip (5 miles)

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The pub appeared in Daughters of Cain - an episode of Morse, the TV series.
tradervic - 18 Jun 2020 18:47
Lovely and unique approach from the Thames Path - down a sunken lane, with arches bedecked with fairly lights. Certainly an unforgettable approach.

Large beer garden with its own serving shed. They had gravity fed Old Hooky, which was much clearer than in the Trout but quickly became lifeless, as you would expect.

£8.90 for this and a lager and lime.

Nice place.
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Mappiman - 24 Jul 2017 14:13
Tucked away in tiny Binsey village way off the Botley Road, The Perch seems to have its lot very much thrown into the food camp. That said, a nice eclectic range of ale - Marstons Pedigree, Old Hooky and Pride of Pendle - the latter very good indeed - all against a very stone-dominated interior made for a welcome sojourn away from the bustle of the Botley Road.
Komakino - 2 Mar 2014 10:49
Apologies - this should refer to The Fishes at Hinksey
Alehound - 4 Jul 2011 16:22
This has now ben renamed The Fishes, given a gastropub spruce up with the emphasis now on food rather than a leisurely pint. Everything in the dining room is fine and dandy with decent food available at fair prices.

Where it falls down is the garden service thanks to a rather precious system where food is despatched to diners in dinky wicker baskets. The trouble is it isn't despatched quickly enough - on a reasonably busy Sunday afternoon we had to wait more than an hour for food that didn't even need to be cooked. Service was unfailingly polite...but the system just doesn't work. Probably best sampled on a quiet weekday.
Alehound - 4 Jul 2011 16:17

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