Press page for The Wychwood Inn
Grub’s up! 8 of the Best Restaurants in the Cotswolds – Picked by Locals
Best For: Traditional Sunday Lunch
Head chef Joe McCarthy consistently creates wonderful British classics all using local, seasonal ingredients. I particularly love the pub’s handmade pies, especially Joe’s steak and ale pie with broccoli puree, and fondant potato. Fish always features on the menu, too, with the catch of the day changing weekly and always supplied by Patrice Rogers from Chipping Norton direct from the markets.
Check out our Cotswold Sunday roast.Read article
A Haven For Foodies: How Country Pub The Wychwood Inn Is Making A Name For Itself In The Cotswolds
Nestled at the heart of the Cotswolds, less than four miles from Burford, the historic Wychwood Inn can be found hidden away in the picturesque village of Shipton-under-Wychwood.
The Cotswolds are perhaps one of the prettiest destinations for a staycation in England, and cover a huge, 800-square-mile area spanning the counties of Gloucestershire, Warwickshire, Wiltshire, Worcestershire and of course, Oxfordshire. And nestled at the heart of the latter, less than four miles from Burford, the historic Wychwood Inn can be found in the picturesque village of Shipton-under-Wychwood.
"Owned by mother and son duo Tracey and Paul Hunt, this family-run business has certainly made a name for itself in foodie circles, having received the prestigious AA Dinner Award and four-star AA Silver Award for the past four years running"Read article
Meet The Chef: Joe McCarthy, Head Chef Of The Wychwood Inn, Shipton-Under-Wychwood In Oxfordshire
The Luxury Lifestyle Magazine sat down with Joe McCarthy, the chef at The Wychwood Inn. They found out more about his background and training.
"... traditional, with classics and flavour combinations you would expect to see from a country Inn. However, some of the dishes get a contemporary twist to keep the menu exciting for our customers."Read article
Joe brings flare to the Wychwoods
The foundation of OX Magazine is based on its positioning as a cultural barometer for all things Oxfordshire and in this digital age, beyond. OX Magazine showcases the best of the county and enhances its pages with culture, theatre, literature and music. It showcases where we eat, drink and socialise.Read article
Reviewed by Ox Magazine
By Toby Hambly
The foundation of OX Magazine is based on its positioning as a cultural barometer for all things Oxfordshire and in this digital age, beyond. OX Magazine showcases the best of the county and enhances its pages with culture, theatre, literature and music. It showcases where we eat, drink and socialise.
It features those people that inspire us and influence the city, the county, the arts, the artisans and the incomparable history of our ancient city. It is a flagship for the people that make us so proud of our county in their myriad ways.Read the review
Reviewed by Oxfordshire Limited Edition
By Jaine Blackman
An extra treat for readers of the Oxford Times - a free copy of Oxfordshire Limited Edition magazine.Read the article
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