Welcome to The Three Tuns.
Charming old pub in the centre of Henley, known locally as “The Tuns” is one of the oldest in town, dating back to the 17th century.
Just a short walk from the river in Market Place, next door to the renowned butchers Gabriel Machin, who supply all the meat for the pub.
The unassuming frontage does not do justice to what is possibly Henleys most charming pub. The cosy front bar with its wood panelling and open fire leads on to an intimate dining room.
At the rear is a secluded sun-trap terraced garden perfect for al fresco dining and The Stable Bar which hosts live comedy and music nights each month as well as being a multipurpose function room for private parties.
"We were delighted to be one of five pubs in the Brakspear estate to win a Hospitality award for 2012 and would like to take this opportunity to thank our team for all their hard work and also all the customers that have supported us through our first year at The Three Tuns"
The quality of the food together with the genuinely warm welcome keeps people returning to The Tuns. Chef/Landlord Mark together with his wife Sandra, who looks after front of house, take pride in using fresh and where possible local produce to provide a menu that offers both the traditional and modern.
Dishes range from Home cured salmon with beetroot and vodka or Lamb rump with tapenade, provencal vegetables and thyme jus to handmade pies and beer battered fish. Set price menus are available lunch time and mid week evenings and offer fantastic value for money. Sunday Lunch is a must with the roast Aberdeen Angus beef widely regarded as the best in town.