London and Area Pubs
The Royal Standard of England ***
Brindle Lane, Forty Green
+44 1494-673382 (Intl)
Cuisine: English Pub
Description & Atmosphere
The Royal Standard of England is the oldest free house in England
— for over 9 centuries (900 years) it has been serving
the public. It's our favorite English
Pub. When you step inside the Royal Standard, you can
really "feel" its
history. Part of the original site built in 1066 still
The King Charles Room features a Buffet
Bar. Enjoy a variety of English dishes, including Homemade Breads
Savory Pies, and a wonderful
selection of British and European cheeses. Standouts include the
Steak & Ale
Pie (below), Lasagne and the Salmon
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Famous "Owd Roger Ale"
The Royal Standard of England
has a full Bar (below). If you're feeling adventureous, try
a pint of their famous Owd Roger a strong
sweet-tasting Ale that has been brewed originally at the
Inn, from a recipe handed down from Landlord-to-Landlord
for over 400 years.
If you're venturing outside of London and are looking for a unique Old Country
Pub, the Royal Standard of England is a fun place to visit. Its
private room (below) is ideal for smaller groups
the main dining area (below) the pub also features a cozy room
with a fireplace located just off the bar.
Beer Garden and Outdoor Dining
Dine al fresco the Beer Garden (below) is a ideal for smaller Private
Open daily 11am-midnight
(including Christmas Day)
Food Served 12 noon-10pm daily
Reservations recommended for larger groups.
The Royal Standard of England pub is located in Beaconsfield, about
45 minutes from London it's
a lovely picturesque drive through narrow country roads.
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