Review on The Seven Stars
The Seven Stars, a Grade II listed building built in the 17th Century is located just off the main road in the rural village of Dinton in Buckinghamshire. In 2011 when the pub was set to be sold, a group of local villagers got together and raised the £360,000 required to save it for the community. From that time The Seven Stars has gone from strength to strength, culminating in the award of best overall winner of the Aylesbury Vale Village Pub Competition 2013/14. Landlords David Berry and Stephanie Guiraute have created such an inviting atmosphere and relaxed ambience, that their reputation for good food and hospitality as extended many miles beyond the local area.
Although it still thrives as a local watering hole, the food is a big draw with an emphasis on the finest seasonal and local produce for a modern British menu with French influences. On offer there might be crispy whitebait with garlic mayonnaise or paté de campagne served with chutney and toast amongst the starters. Main courses offer supreme of chicken stuffed with black pudding, sauté potatoes, green beans with a cream cabbage, white wine and bacon sauce or from the sea there's King prawn and smoked salmon tagliatelle with a cream, spinach and lemon sauce. The food is matched by a concise wine list offering plenty of choice by the glass.
Service provided by Stephanie and her team oozes friendliness, warmth and professionalism.
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 - 2.00pm (12.00 - 3.00pm Sun)
Dinner: 6.30 - 9.00pm Mon-Sat
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express