We went for food on a satutday night and they reserved a table for us which was really appreciated and a nice touch. The sharing of three starters for £12.50 was huge and you'd want three people for it. We both had the oak burger. Flavour was fine but it must have been left on the pass for too long as the bun and chips were dried out and not hot. However the pub is lovely the staff are friendly and efficient and atmosphere is good. Not too busy and music isn't too loud drowning out all conversation. I'd give it another chance with the food.
Oak and Pastor
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Posted: Fri Nov 9 2012
Like home from home Oak & Pastor specialises in creating a warm and welcome setting to relax and unwind. Dedicated to delivering a wide range of Fine wines, Great food and the best of real Ales. Their extensive menus boasts an impressive selection of handpicked, High end whiskeys and top shelf spirits, an exclusive list of wine and Champagne and our kitchen menu is suited for adults and children with homemade daily specials, Brunch, lunch and dinner options.
A pub for all seasons the venue boasts two striking suntrap gardens for the summer and an open fire place for those cold winter nights matched with luxurious red velvet curtains and comfortable seating. 90% of the venue has reclaimed church furniture creating a feeling as if the Oak and pastor has been here for years….
In the main bar they are happy to take table bookings for all group sizes.
With lots of events running they keep things exciting with live music in the main bar.