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Five Alls

Filkins, Oxfordshire

Good Pub Guide - Recommended

Good Pub Guide Recommended

Contact Details

Five Alls, Filkins, Lechlade, Oxfordshire, GL7 3JQ

(01367) 860875

www.thefiveallsfilkins.co.uk

Opening Hours

Weekdays: 12-11

Saturday: 12-11

Sunday: 12-9

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Good Pub Guide Recommended

Thoughtfully refurbished inn with enjoyable food, quite a range of drinks, a friendly welcome and seats outside; bedrooms

Of course, many customers are here to enjoy the impressive food served in the elegant dining room, but there's also a beamed bar liked by locals. This has a cosy area with leather chesterfields grouped around a table by an open fire, an informal dining space with farmhouse chairs and cushioned pews around tables on bare boards and a nice little window seat for two. Stools line the counter where friendly staff serve Brakspears Bitter and Oxford Gold and Marstons Pedigree on handpump, 16 wines by the glass, ten gins and seven malt whiskies. Décor in the dining room includes some large portraits and unusual postage-stamp wallpaper, an attractive mix of chairs and tables on rugs, floorboards and flagstones, plus church candles, fresh flowers and modern artwork on pale painted walls; background music. The back terrace has chunky tables and chairs under parasols and there are a few picnic-sets at the front. Bedrooms are comfortable and attractively refurbished and make a good base for exploring the area. Sister pubs are the Plough at Kelmscott (also in Oxfordshire) and the Bull in Fairford (Gloucestershire). Disabled access.

Awards

Good Pub Guide Recommended

Food Award

Food Award

Stay Award

Stay Award

Information

Accepts Credit Cards

Accepts Credit Cards

Meals & Snacks

Meals & Snacks

Sandwiches

Sandwiches

Separate Restaurant

Separate Restaurant

Cask Ales

Cask Ales

Bedrooms

Bedrooms

Background Music

Background Music

Dogs at the bar

Dogs at the bar

Dedicated children area

Dedicated children area

Ratings and Reviews

4 / 5 - 55 votes cast


Stephen Funnell

13 August 2018

I've not been back to The Five Alls since the Snows took over, but the menu is sufficiently broad to cater for a range of tastes - my wife eats neither meat, nor garlic - so we chose to go for my birthday Sunday Lunch. Despite the second dining area at the back, where we ate, and the accommodation, it retains the feel of a country pub: we had drinks in the bar (with its own Bar Menu) before the meal, which was up to expectations, with my roast belly pork a sizable portion; I was glad I'd chosen a tasty light salad as my starter. Between the four of us we ordered three different starters, four mains and three desserts: all approved! The service was excellent - we were also impressed that the bar staff recommended the cheapest of the roses by the glass - and we never felt hurried, leaving at 15.15 from a 12.45 reservation. My only wish is that they'd kept the original 'Five Alls' sign, but at least it's on the house ale pump clip!



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