The Crown Chop House restaurant launches in Amersham

By Luke Nicholls

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The 16th century inn’s chop house-style menu will feature British dishes including steak pie & chips, cuts of Hereford and Angus cross beef, and traditional roasts
The 16th century inn’s chop house-style menu will feature British dishes including steak pie & chips, cuts of Hereford and Angus cross beef, and traditional roasts
Historic coaching inn The Crown, part of the Dhillon Group, has launched The Crown Chop House restaurant in Old Amersham.

The 16th​ century inn’s chop house-style menu will feature simple, British dishes with head chef David Hawkins making use of a Josper Grill in the kitchen.

“We’re very proud of our menus at The Crown, and believe they offer a great taste of the best of British food,” said Hawkins. All of the menus focus on great produce, simply prepared, which we believe is the foundation for a fantastic meal. Mix that with the atmosphere of the old-world inn and the wonderful surroundings of Old Amersham and I think we have something very special here.

The Crown, which featured in hit film Four Weddings and a Funeral, will be undergoing further refurbishment in a number of its courtyard bedrooms over the next couple of months.

For more information, visit www.thecrownamersham.com​ 

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