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The Crown and Tuns, Deddington - pub details

Address: New St, Deddington, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX15 0SP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 27414) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Kings Sutton (3.7 miles), Heyford (4.7 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.9/10 (rated by 19 users)
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Unicorn Inn, Deddington (0.1 miles), Red Lion, Deddington (0.1 miles), Deddington Arms Hotel, Deddington (0.2 miles), Duke Of Cumberlands Head, Clifton (1.5 miles)

 

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Been here a couple of times recently, after a gap of many years. The pub has inexplicably acquired the subtitle Puddingface, quite offputting!

This is a Hook Norton tied pub and sells Hooky bitter at £3 which is not bad for the area, however the other beer prices are high, Old Hooky at £3.50, guest bitter at £3.60 and Hook Nortons latest venture, keg Flagship at £3.95! God knows why they have ruined an excellent beer by presenting it in keg form, and at £3.95 I'll bet they don't sell much...

This used to be a local drinkers pub, now it's very much food led, with a few bar stools and the remainder of the two rooms set up with tables for eating. Pleasant enough though.

Food is almost exclusively pies, would be nice to have a bit more choice. Prices are high but the portions are good which is OK if you have a good appetite, but the notice telling you not to ask for an extra plate so that two can share is just bizarre.
ferend - 19 May 2013 15:54
Probably the worst pies in the world..... and i work in Greggs
CRAYSCRAY - 23 Oct 2012 17:11
The Hook Norton ales are well kept and served.
Pies dominate the food menu. The prices for these are at the upper end of 'pub food' range. However, the portion size is larger than usual, and they are served with good helpings od vegetables and gravy. All in all, well worth the money.
Bar service was friendly and swift.
jbsjazzer - 1 Nov 2010 15:28
Food does seem to dominate here with a very wide selection of pies. We arrived later in the evening so the food rush had died down. Enjoyed a good pint of Hook Norton served by friendly bar staff. Would be happy to visit again.
foamy - 2 Sep 2010 13:59
Not a pub at all. This restaurant offers quick service but very average food. We went on a Sunday and tried the Sunday roast. There was plenty of meat, very tender but more like braised beef than roast. The roast potatoes were soggy and tasteless while the veg was boiled out and also tasteless and with no texture. The poor meal left us hungry and we had to stop off at another pub for food an hour later.
delpus - 25 Nov 2009 20:01

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