Huxleys

My partner and I took a day trip to Chipping Campden on Saturday afternoon. Just over two hours drive from London, it is a small market town in the Cotswold district of Gloucestershire. It is very pretty and has a very cosy feel about it. It was a cloudy day but I got the feeling on a sunny day the place looks amazing. After walking about the town, we worked up a little appetite and decided to look for somewhere to eat. Although the town was very quiet to the point of desertion – it seemed the everywhere that we went to was fully booked. Eventually we walked past Huxleys, it looked cool and inviting so we thought we would try it.

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Dining al fresco. Nice for the summer evenings and nights

 

It is a 500 year old building – and very homely.

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We were placed at the table by the window. A nice view of part of the High Street.

 

The whole evening was really nice. Good food, good service and good company.

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Pear juice – delicious

 

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Leak and potato soup – warm and comforting.

 

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Antipasto Della Casa – a selection of meat, cheese and vegetables

 

We made our way, eventually, back to London, content with full stomaches.

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Covered seats! Not sure what that was all about but it sure was comfortable.

 

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Cutlery!

 

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