Lamb at Buckland open under new owners

By Lesley Foottit

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The Lamb: under new ownership
The Lamb: under new ownership
The Lamb at Buckland, Oxfordshire, has been re-opened by new owners — Richard and Shelley Terry and business partner Chris Green.

The Lamb at Buckland, Oxfordshire, has been re-opened by new owners.

Richard and Shelley Terry have teamed up with long-standing business partner Chris Green to buy the freehold of the Lamb.

The Terrys used to run the Radnor Arms in Coles-hill, Oxfordshire, and Chris Green, who trained chef Richard Terry, used to run the Trout at Tadpole Bridge, Oxfordshire.

The 70-cover pub has a dry:wet split of 70:30. The daily-changing menu offers "traditional English with a modern twist".

Sample dishes include local venison terrine with home-made chutney (£6.25); home-cured beetroot gravadlax with lemon crème fraîche (£5.75); steak & kidney pie with a puff-pastry lid and vegetables (£10.25); and cold rare roast beef with hand-cut chips and salad (£10.95).

The partnership also plan to refurbish the pub's four letting bedrooms.

"We also do outside catering so we're looking to extend that side of the business and continue building a reputation of the Lamb as a nice comfortable place to eat," said Shelley Terry.

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