The Eastbury Plough

The Eastbury Plough's ethos is Local, Fresh & Cooked Well, With Service to Make You Smile.

Off the beaten track in the hidden gem that is Eastbury, in an area of ‘Outstanding Natural Beauty’.

Just a mile from the famous horseracing yards of Lambourn and amazing walks and views over the breath-taking downs, overlooking our beautiful valley.

Award winning chef and chosen as top of the 5 best country pubs in Berkshire.  They have created the pub how they imagine a great pub should be – cosy, warm with a big smile and amazing fresh imaginative food.

 With Louise’s background of interior design and a tiny input from Graham they have created what they feel is a stylish but warm and chic interior inside this beautiful Berkshire pub.

 The beauty of having such amazing artisan suppliers on their doorstep means their passion as chefs increases day by day, they work with local farmers and their fish is delivered fresh at 4 am every morning- you can still smell the sea!

The Eastbury Plough Opening Times

Wed – Sat 12 pm – 3.30 pm / 6pm – 11.30 pm

Sunday 12pm – 6 pm.

The Eastbury Plough,

Newbury Road,

Eastbury,

Hungerford,

West Berkshire.

RG17 7JN

Please contact the venue or organiser for bookings, cancellations or further information on Telephone 01488 71312

The Eastbury Plough Food 

The beauty of having such amazing artisan suppliers on our doorstep means their passion as chefs increases day by day, they work with local farmers to bring you the most amazing beef, pork and lamb, their fish is delivered fresh at 4am every morning, its then filleted and prepped ready for lunch, you can still smell the sea in the boxes.

'Graham'

Head Chef/Patron

Louise has sourced over 40 Gins from around the Isles and beyond, matching each individual flavour with fruits and spices to capture the amazing thing that is 'GIN'. And Obviously a full stock of Fever Tree Tonics to take the journey onwards...

The Eastbury Plough Garden Area

Outside there is a beautiful patio area, with the Lambourn River meandering lazily through the village.

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