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Nags Head Inn & Restaurant
London Road
Little Kingshill

Great Missenden
Buckinghamshire

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"AA Rosette" for its culinery excellence
"AA 4 Star Inn"
"Michelin Guide 2009"
"AA Pick of the Pubs 2009"
"Hardens Guide 2009"

The lovely 15th Century Nags Head Inn and restaurant has been recently restored to its former glory under the ownership of the Michaels family. An old coaching house on the London Road, south of Great Missenden on the river Misbourne in the glorious Chilterns. The Nags Head retains some of its original features including a large inglenook fireplace and low oaked beams and includes many new stylish features including a new bar and beautifully refurbished bedroom ensuites. In the summer you can dine alfresco in the delightful large garden. An old favourite of Roald Dahl and visited by many heads of states on their way to Chequers, you will receive a warm welcome from one of the Michaels and their team.
Now an award winning restaurant including an AA Rosette and an AA 4 star Inn rating for its luxury accommodation, it serves an English and French fusion menu by award winning chefs Claude Paillet and Alan Bell. Food is their passion where they only use the finest produce sourced locally where possible.

You can expect to find favourites of home smoked fishes and meats; fresh oysters and prawns; duo of pan fried fois gras and mis-cuit with home made chutneys to their famous aged matured fillets of beef with a choice of sauces, local game and daily fresh fish and specials, not to mention a large section of mouth watering puddings. Don't forget about their great traditional Sunday Roast which is a must where much of the produce is sourced from local farms, but do book ahead.

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