A charming establishment located in a village steeped with rich, literary history, The Fox and Hounds features a recently renovated area known as the Garden Room, which makes for a splendid spot to enjoy some sumptuous British dishes.
Found in Uffington, in South Oxfordshire, The Fox and Hounds is surrounded by the idyllic British countryside. Thought to be the inspiration for Tolkein’s Middle Earth and the home of Thomas Hughes, there are plenty of sights and locations dedicated to the literature birthed from Uffington.
Welcoming in the whole family, children and dogs included, The Fox and Hound serves plenty for everybody. Some noteworthy dishes include the rich pan fried duck breast, served with stir fried vegetables, egg noodles and teriyaki sauce, the scrumptious homemade steak burger, stacked with caramelised onions, bacon and cheese, and the succulent 28 day matured ribeye steak, complete with mushrooms, chips and onion rings.
Vegetarians aren’t left out of the feast though, with delicious dishes like the hearty roast butternut squash and goat’s cheese risotto, accompanied by spinach, parmesan and rocket leaves, catering to more herbivorous palates. Resting over the roaring fireplace is a daily specials board, which often features special fish of the day and other delicacies cooked up in the chef’s mind, which allows returning guests to get a refreshing surprise each time they visit.
The Garden Room itself is virtually a large conservatory, meaning that a natural light floods the dining area and allows guests to step out for some fresh air at virtually any time. The perfect spot to visit whilst exploring the local countryside on walks or after lining a big catch whilst angling, The Fox and Hound is sure to please all who grace it.
Please Note: The tastecard discount is not available on Bank Holidays or Celebration Days including, but not limitied to, Valentine's Day, Father's Day, Mothering Sunday, etc.