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Thread: Nice ploughman's lunch wanted around an hour West of London.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silverlining View Post
    The Jolly Cricketers in Seer Green Beaconsfield does a great ploughman's, Amersham and Chalfont nearbye have lots of great pubs too.
    There's also a campsite at Seer Green, you could make a weekend off it
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    The three horseshoes, letchmore heath, always a good un.
    so is The Jolly Cricketers Beaconsfield, Seer Green, Beaconsfield HP9

    quick edit, should have checked the previous posts, DOH, either way I can recommend the Jolly Cricketers as well.
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    The Waterfront café at Benson (North of Henley) on the A4074, has great outdoor seating right on the river and grubs good.
    http://www.waterfrontcafe.co.uk/menu.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by notadrop View Post
    The Waterfront café at Benson (North of Henley) on the A4074, has great outdoor seating right on the river and grubs good.
    http://www.waterfrontcafe.co.uk/menu.html
    Yes, but does it do a fukcing Ploughmans??? He wants a Ploughman's!

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    I can thoroughly recommend the Pineapple in Dorney, just off M4 J7. They have an amazing assortment, and taste rally good.

    Its a pleasant stroll along the Jubilee river to the Dorney rowing trench, used in the 2012 games.

    Its called the Pineapple, because allegedly, Lord Palmerston grew the first pineapple in this country on hi nearby estate.

    http://www.pineappledorney.co.uk/pub/

    Still rather have a pie, Sweeney Todd used to do a really good steak & oyster

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    Quote Originally Posted by oddshapedballs View Post
    Yes, but does it do a fukcing Ploughmans??? He wants a Ploughman's!
    So old hat O.S.B. He's coming into the Posh part of the world. Working farmer type lunches can't be taken with the Pimms you know!!
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