Friday, 5 October 2007

Ladies Who Lunch

Today I met a friend for lunch at The White Horse Inn in Duns Tew in Oxfordshire. It's a really nice pub in a lovely village, and my friend had a voucher from The Daily Telegraph for a special deal of two two-course meals for £10 with a glass of bordeaux wine included.

Luckily for us it was a warm and sunny day, so we were able to sit outside. The staff were friendly and helpful, and the menu gave us a choice of four dishes for each course. The food was delicious and the portions were generous. We pushed the boat out a bit though, because we topped it all with puddings and coffee and tea, which the pushed up the total cost of the meal. But it was worth it.

We had a look around Duns Tew, and went into the church on the principle that this is usually where you can find out about the village you're in. Sure enough, there was information inside, including a framed copy of the village's entry in the Doomsday Book.

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