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Oak and Saw, Taplow - pub details

Oak and Saw
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Address: Rectory Road, Taplow, Maidenhead, Buckinghamshire, SL6 0ET [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 34604) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Taplow (0.8 miles), Maidenhead (1.8 miles), Furze Platt (1.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.5/10 (rated by 11 users)
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The last remaining "proper" pub in Taplow, the Oak and Saw is named after devices in the Earl of Orkney's coat of arms and was converted into a pub in the 1850s from three 18th century cottages. Nicely situated by the church and village green, it was busy on Saturday lunchtime with diners at the tables nearest the front door and drinkers towards the back of the pub settling in for an afternoon of TV rugby. Ales were all from Marlow Brewery - Relativity, Rebellion IPA and Roasted Nuts. I had a pint of the last named of these which was decent enough but I'd have tried something else if I'd been stopping for a second.
paul_d102 - 19 Mar 2018 10:43
Pleasant and unpretentious pub, as much Slough as Cliveden. Brakspears was OK rather than great but I would give it another go. Lovely setting.
mtaylor40 - 12 Jun 2013 22:15
Very quiet when we visited on a Thursday lunchtime. Beers were London Pride, Brakspears Bitter and ...Rebellion Red Hat, so naturally we made for the latter. And jolly good it was too.
Staff were friendly and chatty - although of course they had virtually no one else to talk to.
Menu is extensive - a la carte, pub lunches, sandwiches, you name it , you can have it. We went for home made burgers in something called a beer bap bun. This appeared to be ... toasted. The burger I found very dry ( don't think the toasted bun helped). I cannot eat coleslaw so asked for this to be left off, but no salad alternative was offered.
The O&S overall was fine and we would visit again. Just get some moisture onto the burger if you choose it.

ramblethenlunch - 10 Feb 2013 16:39
Myself and family love this pub, always a friendly welcome and so cosy especially when the weather is bitter as it is at the moment. After good food (the odd glass or two) and a lovely wood burning fire, it is hard to leave....

If your looking for a REALLY nice individual pub with good food (not a chain) then the Oak is for you. Enjoy!
Joannasib - 8 Feb 2012 22:21
A proper country pub, one of a dying breed (if successive governments get their way). Now the winter months are upon us you can enjoy a pint in front of a real fire. They have a good selection of ales and lagers, also bottled ciders and wines. The food is very good including the traditional Sunday Roast. I thoroughly recommend a visit.
Coxillini - 8 Nov 2011 18:04

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