The Elephant restaurant at Pangbourne in Berkshire celebrates the opulence of Empire. With authentic Indian furniture, luxurious oriental rugs and charming works of art, The Elephant’s Christoph dining room and the adjacent Babar make you feel you’re in a far foreign land. The menu, though, is modern British all the way employing the finest of local and regional ingredients and produce in its seasonal dishes. For instance, the superb 21-day aged steak is served with both classic goose fat roast potatoes and pumpkin jam. The wine list roams the globe to bring you a short, well-chosen list of good bottles at attractive prices. On sunny days, dining in the walled garden is one of life’s pleasures in this part of the world.
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