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“Ate more than I should have - it was so good”

The Saye and Sele Arms
Ranked #12 of 219 Restaurants in Banbury
Certificate of Excellence
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Dining options: Breakfast, Reservations
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Reviewed 22 September 2018

We visited Broughton Grange in the morning (fabulous garden) and were on our way to visit Broughton Castle in the afternoon. We walked between them and this spot is in between. We didn't order appetizers and were glad of it since the mains were very large. I had the lamb which was so so tender! My husband had the chicken breast - very good. They cook the lamb for 6 hours to make it that tender. For dessert we had the bread and butter pudding with custard - a huge serving - and we cleaned up every morsel. Why is this type of food so hard to find - upscale restaurants have innovative food and lower cost ones can't afford to make food this good.

Thank Margaret T
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Reviewed 16 September 2018

Today we went again to the pub The Seay & Sele in Broughton near Banbury for the 7th time for Sunday lunch. The food is superb. Very tasty and the food is hot on hot plates. Danny is an excellant chef and host. He and his team are always smiling and friendly. Price of Sunday lunch is very reasonable. Service is excellant and the whole place is very clean and tidy.

Thank Rev-Issy
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Reviewed 10 September 2018

Great pub food, created on the premises.
We stop here on the way to France & it never fails to provide good honest, down to earth food.
Well worth a visit for lunch

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Thank Tom C
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Reviewed 5 September 2018

Eight of us visited here on a Saturday night.We were given a warm welcome, looked after extremely well and the food was delicious.All of us were in agreement that the food was good and all would certainly return.We also liked that we were not hurried out after we finished our food.pleasant atmosphere, lovely waitress.

Thank Irene R
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Reviewed 16 August 2018

Popped into The Saye and Sele Arms with a friend after a visit to Broughton Castle. Had an amazingly warm welcome from Dan and Liz who run the pub, Dan is also an amazing Chef. Had Whitebait for starters which was delicious, Chicken and Bacon Pie which honestly had the most filling I have ever seen in a meat pie, with a delicious creamy sauce, along with Broccoli, Carrots, Red Cabbage and Chips. All was delicious followed by meringue stack and a fruit compote which was a perfect ending to the meal, along with a Latte Coffee. Ow and just to mention a pint of Doombar which was lovely. Couldn't recommend this pub enough, very cosy and welcoming bar.

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Thank JohneRolfe
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