High St, Bray, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 2AB
- Tel: 01628 626151
The internationally acclaimed chef, Heston Blumenthal, has made his mark on the Hinds Head in Bray, Berkshire. Offering a fine, traditional menu, Hinds Head has a Bib Gourmand for outstanding cuisine and is recognised by the Michelin Guide. Full of charm and character, the Tudor building has low ceilings and wood panelling, and is warmed by real fires. With a cosy, welcoming ambience, Hinds Head restaurant offers historic British dishes, while the bar has a light snack menu, along with many wines and ales. Featuring an award-winning British menu, Hinds Head restaurant offers delicious seasonal dishes such as tea-smoked salmon, oxtail and kidney pudding or Balmoral venison cheese burger. From the tempting dessert menu, choose from banana Eton mess or treacle tart with milk ice cream. Next door to the prestigious Fat Duck restaurant in Bray, Hinds Head offers a real taste of tradition.
Services and products
- Average three-course meal price: £45
- Average main-course price: £20
- British cuisine
- Style: Bistro & Bar
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Not up to scratch
01/01/2012 by RKK
Lovely traditional interior. But the food is simply not good enough. I ate here several years ago, not long after Heston acquired the pub. The food was excellent, and worth the premium charges. The Pea and Ham soup was magnificent - such depth of flavour. It's still on the menu, but now (2011), its watery, and less apealling than Baxters Pea and Ham. A "large" glass of wine is 175ml here (vs 250ml everywhere else), oh and the wine prices are subject to + 12.5% service charge, and + 20% VAT. So a £5 glass of wine (on the menu), actually costs £6.75. Nice ambience, but eat here and get seriously ripped off for fairly average food.Report this
The Hinds Head in Bray is a classy affair
05/07/2009 by claire_w
The Hinds Head at Bray is a deliciously friendly pub and a rather classy place to be. Like Bray itself, the pub has a fascinating history. It's origins date back to Tudor England (15th Century) and the atmosphere is wrapped up in the kind olde England bubble that it's lovely to dip into every now and again. Now owned by Heston Blumenthal, you'll be pleased to hear that the menu at The Hinds Head is inspired by traditional British fare. The food is very order'able and totally amazing to eat. The specials make the most of seasonal ingredients. A yummy experience absolutely worth traveling for. Whether its for a special occasion or an escape for something tasty.Report this
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