1 Cirencester Road, Tetbury, GL8 8EY | (01666) 500021
Situated in the heart of the town of Tetbury, The Royal Oak is a traditional inn that has been sympathetically restored to offer a relaxed and friendly drinking and dining experience in the Cotswolds.
Specialising in organic food, the restaurant changes its menus on a monthly basis to serve diners the best seasonal produce across its interesting selection of starters, mains and desserts.
Alongside the monthly menu, the restaurant has a dedicated vegan menu, featuring an innovative and delicious choice of meat and dairy-free dishes.
On Sundays, diners can expect a selection of hearty roasts served with all the trimmings, with a homemade vegan nut roast also on offer, while the DIY Bloody Mary bar is the perfect addition to a leisurely weekend.
Those looking for a post-work bite to eat can take advantage of The Workers’ Pot offer, serving a hearty home-cooked dish with bread or rice for just £7 from 5pm to 6.30pm on Mondays to Fridays.
Voted CAMRA’s Local Pub of the Year in 2015, The Royal Oak has an impressive choice of regional and guest real ales and also hosts Meet Your Maker evenings, giving pub-goers the chance to get to know the suppliers and producers while sampling treats from the kitchen.
The pub also benefits from six en-suite guest rooms, making it an ideal base for those planning a break in the Cotswolds.
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