welcome to the Yew Tree Frieth
Open wednesdays - sundays
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or call us during opening times: 01494 88 00 77
the yew Tree
We are delighted that since opening our doors in November 2017, the Yew Tree is, once again, becoming a social hub for the village and the surrounding community – and we’re thrilled.
Our goal has always been to create a local hub where our guests are offered great food and drink in a relaxed atmosphere. Having said that we love it when we are ‘discovered’ by out of towners, locals from Marlow and Henley and beyond. Our bar is dog friendly, if it is cold our fire will be lit and if it’s warm, our lovely garden comes into its own. We hope to see you at the Yew Tree very soon.
Oh and we got one of these which was nice! Thanks to everyone who has reviewed us : )
Our main menu changes regularly, subject to seasonal and market availability. There will always be a good selection of meat, game, poultry, fish and vegetarian options, but we will be rotating dishes, subject to customer demand and chef’s inspiration.
The Specials board changes even more frequently so it’s always worth keeping an eye on it for something that takes your fancy.
By the Glass
There’s one thing that you can be sure of when visiting the Yew Tree – and that’s a perfect glass of what ales you… From our fantastic wine cellar, 54 wines, 20 by the glass, guest ales or just a perfect gin & tonic, we’ve got you covered.
We feature 4 local cask conditioned ales, with beers from Rebellion Brewery Marlow, Chiltern Brewery and West Berkshire Brewery on tap at the moment. We also have some craft ales by the bottle for those who like a bit more choice.
HOW WE WORK
As we come to terms with regenerating a pub that has been closed for more than four years and following an extensive period of poor trading, we will be employing a more holistic approach to the welfare and wellbeing of our staff to enjoy a more regulated working environment.
Our industry suffers from extensive hours in the kitchen or on the floor, where a 7-day week requires a full-time crew supported by part timers on their days off. How many times have you heard or asked the question, is the “Head chef on tonight?” or “is it the Managers day off?”
Country pubs are notoriously quiet on Monday and Tuesday, so, initially we will be closed on Monday and Tuesday (except for Bank Holidays) and closed for two weeks in summer and two weeks in winter. This lets our staff enjoy the same quality time as our guests do, with their families and children, and plan their social life around a stable and regular frequency.
The benefits are that our guests can be assured of the same front of house and chefs on all the five days we are open, supported by additional waiting staff on the busier periods, bringing continuity, quality and performance that a well drilled brigade of hospitality professionals want to deliver.
Mon/Tues – Closed or Click here
Wed/Thu – 12:00-3:00, 5:30-11:00
Fri/Sat – 12:00-11:00
Sun – 12:00-9:00
Mon/Tues – Closed
Wed/Thu – 12:00-2:30, 6:00-10:00
Fri/Sat – 12:00-2:30, 5:30-10:00
Sun – 12:00-8:00
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Given the recent furore over Facebook data harvesting, the Yew Tree management have decided to utilise some old school technology in order to send out our news – by email!!!
Once a month we will send our subscribers a quick email, with menu changes (chef never tires of trying new things) events that are happening, and how we will be celebrating them, plus any news about the Yew Tree team.
We’re also delighted to help our community followers promote any local community events that they are involved with. Please feel free to email us any: sporting, charity, school, community events that you have coming-up with details and links and we will do our best to incorporate them.
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