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Pink and Lily, Princes Risborough - pub details

Pink and Lily
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Address: Pink Road, Parslows Hillock, Lacey Green, Princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire, HP27 0RJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 33147) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras


Nearest train stations Princes Risborough (1.8 miles), Monks Risborough (2.1 miles), Saunderton (2.7 miles)

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Whip Inn, Lacey Green (0.7 miles), Black Horse, Lacey Green (0.9 miles), Hampden Arms, Great Hampden (1.2 miles), George and Dragon, Princes Risborough (1.5 miles), Red Lion, Whiteleaf (1.5 miles) - see more nearby pubs

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The Pink & Lily appears to be a largely food dominated pub. But it does have 4 real ales - Haresfoot White Label, Sharps Doom Bar, Chiltern Black & Malt Starry Nights were today's selection. Sunday roasts appeared to be popular and the place was fairly busy. The garden has some children's play equipment and two strange bubble-like contraptions containing tables. They appear to be a way to drink outside without having to endure wind and/or rain. One of them was occupied today.
blue_scrumpy - 7 Feb 2016 21:52
Went back here recently for the first time since it re-opened and on the whole was impressed. The food was very good and reasonably priced (not cheap, but still decent value). They had few good ales on including a very local one from Malt, which was good to see (and drink!). Glad to see it open again and seemingly doing well - I'm sure I'll return.
aaroncp - 5 Apr 2015 19:36
Went here again twice fairly recently and the first time I was of the view that it was too expensive for quite average quality food, but the most recent time the quality of the food had improved and the prices remained the same - acceptable for the better fare. I am glad they have not (as far as I saw anyway) gone down the road of serving your meal on a lump of wood, or a slate. Plates are best! Hot ones in preference too if appropriate.
motco - 17 Mar 2015 16:20
My report is much the same as previous posts. Four handpumps but only three on as the Doom Bar pumpclip was turned round (no disappointment to me), the three being XT 3, Animal Hoot and Tring Sidepocket for a Toad all well presented. Didn't try the food but a diner close by gave us his recommendation and apparently he is a regular visitor. The food prices seemed a bit above average but conversely the beer prices were lower than I was expecting taking into account the area and the slightly upmarket premises. The bar and dining area are on split levels with dogs welcome in the higher bar area. My first visit since the re-opening but a repeat visit will not be too long away.
yellowfever - 6 Jul 2014 21:01
A fine gastropub in a gorgeous bit of the high Chilterns, we stumbled across it after finding the King William IV in Speen was shut on a Friday lunchtime amid the 2014 winter deluge. Rump steak and chips with a pink peppercorn sauce was terrific as was my Dad's haddock and chips and a couple of ales were on for the non-drivers. The only bum note was the middle of the road music.
BoehmBawerk - 14 Feb 2014 14:53

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