The Pilgrim, 25 High Street, North Marston, Buckingham, Buckinghamshire MK18 3PD
A warm, welcoming and friendly village pub and restaurant
5 reviews of The Black Boy in English
The views from The Black Boy are stunning, the garden is large and family friendly. Have eaten there several times as a family and have always enjoyed our food. Our youngest is quite fussy and adores their tomato pasta for children, as for the rest of us - we have always enjoyed our meals. The land lady is very welcoming, as are her staff. Would recommend.
Nice looking pub in a nice quiet village with a great view. There is a small car park which probably gets full.
The staff were friendly and helpful.
The food was disappointing. The parsnip soup was bland, lacked seasoning and was served with warmed-over stale bread roll. The Black Boy sausages were quite nice, but were only browned on one side do looked unappetising. The crushed potato was fine, nut the gravy was boring and had cress swimming in it!
Being generous with 3* review, the staff and location dragged it up from a 2*...
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The setting of the Black Boy is really nice, the back of the restuarant and the garden over look the fields of Bucks for miles. In the summer you can sit outside and enjoy a drink or some lunch but in the winter dining inside is just as nice. The decor is really welcoming with woodern beams and its really light.
The roast dinners as delicious - everything is freshly cooked and nice homemade yorkshire pudding. Roast dinners are about £12.95.
There is lots of choice at a really nice standard. If i lived more local i would definitely go a lot more.
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