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Frog & Rhubarb
Church Road
Slip End

Luton
Bedfordshire

LU1 4BJ | View map
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For a warm and friendly welcome, pop in and join us for a drink at our country pub with quality dining. We have a wide selection of beers and wines from around the globe. The bar area has a light and airy feel without losing the great atmosphere and intimacy of a more traditional pub. Prop up the bar, tuck yourself away in a corner or take a seat in the courtyard garden, the choice is yours.

Our dining area has large tables and comfy leather chairs with a terrific colour scheme and simple pictures. Food is served all day, every day and our constantly changing menu focuses on quality and choice. We have great range of modern dishes to tantalise your taste buds or classic pub meals for when only a good hearty meal will satisfy your hunger. We also offer a wide range of traditional and more unusual Sandwiches and amazing Burgers.

The Frog & Rhubarb is the ideal venue in a convenient location, catering for guests on both business and pleasure. Meetings, functions and parties can all be accommodated, professionally and in style.

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