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Review by John Cooke on 24th February, 2009

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I VISIT THE BLACK BOY OVING AT LEAST FORTNIGHTLY, EITHER WITH MY DOG AFTER A GOOD WALK OR WITH FRIENDS OR FAMILY. WHILE I DO NOT CALL MYSELF A REGULAR, AS I LIVE TOO FAR AWAY, I AM ALWAYS GREETED WITH A SMILE AND TREATED LIKE ONE. THE FOOD, ALWAYS OF A HIGH STANDARD AND REASONABLE PRICE, IS COOKED BY THE OWNERS WHICH ALSO MAKES A GREAT DIFFERENCE. IF YOU CAN FIND IT THEN VISIT ONE OF THE BEST PUBS IN THE COUNTY YOU WILL NOT BE DISSAPOINTED.

Date visited: several

Review by Claire on 7th March, 2008

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This is our favourite place to eat, summer or winter; not sure i should be recommending it to everyone else for fear of not getting a table next time! Food is great, owners are lovely and the location is quaint with the greatest views! Cosy in winter, stunning in summer, everything a pub should be!!

Date visited: several!

Review by Stuart on 10th February, 2006

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This is an amazing hidden place. It has stunning views over buckinghamshire in the summer. And even in the winter the warm fire place is a joy to sit infront of. If you like big portions for good value, and you like your food cooked to perfection, i would give this a try. It wont let you down.

Date visited: Many times

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