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The Little Angel, Remenham - pub details

Little Angel

Address: Remenham Lane, Remenham, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, RG9 2LS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 7027) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Henley-on-thames (0.3 miles), Shiplake (2.1 miles), Wargrave (3.1 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.0/10 (rated by 14 users)
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Quite a classy pub which we visited as part of the Henley Ale Trail. Beer was fine, and we got talking to a couple who were originally from Wakefield. They advised us to go to Marlow and check out Tom Kerridge's pub/eatery, which we did and were not disappointed.
scoobybooze2 - 4 Apr 2022 12:10
On the Berkshire side of the river, as you would expect from affluent Henley a well presented pub with an accent on food but a pub none-the-less and the 'drinking' side of the pub is on the left as you go in with a nice warm fire in the corner, we got a friendly welcome from the staff. Two fairly uninspiring real ales kept in reasonable nick.
Abteilung - 20 Jan 2013 22:08
Charming pub by snow bound river Thames. Two beer on; Braks Bitter & Oxford Gold, the former was fine - could have been better but I think it was the Latte I had 10 minutes earlier.
Booze_Allen - 20 Jan 2013 16:12
Went here yesterday as part of the "Brakspears Henley Ale Trail" The Pub itself was empty at Lunchtime but the rear Patio was quite busy with people soaking up the July Sunshine. Nice Pints of Brakspears Bitter and Oxford Gold, but was one of dearer pints I found in the area. I used this Pub many years ago when it has a warm friendly evening atmoshere albeit full of Hooray Henry types that looked down there nose when you walked into "their" pub. Now the pub has been Gutted and extended and has a large Conservatory on the side. Most of the seating has been turned over to dining and there are Varnished floors everywhere. I am sure that this pub is still a great place to eat of an evening but is more of a Resturant/Gastro Pub than the place was in days gone by. Would not bother to go back if I did not need to get the Ale Trail Stamp.
Bitter_Man - 26 Jul 2011 14:23
Stay away from the steaks! The worse I have ever had (confirmed by my partner who also had steak). Burnt on the outside, raw in the middle and unchewable!
The service was extremely slow, we got the impression they were waiting for the place to fill up before even getting started. Another of our company had fish and that was OK, luckily or the occasion would have been a write-off. I would have sent the food back but didn't want to spoilt the meet-up atmosphere (quick meal with friends en route to somewhere else), but I wouldn't go there again unless it was just for a drink.
J_T - 10 Mar 2010 15:35

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