The Tree at Cadmore
Marlow Road Stockenchurch
High Wycombe, HP14 3PFNeighbourhood:
InternationalPrice: £25 and under
The Tree at Cadmore
- Dining Style: Casual Dining
- Website: http://cadmore.treehotel.co.uk/Restaurant.aspx
- Phone: 01494 881183
- Hours of Operation:
Mon - Sat: 12:00pm - 10:00pm
Sun: 12:00pm - 8:00pm
- Payment Options: AMEX,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: International
- Dress Code: Casual Dress
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Entertainment, Full Bar, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Wheelchair Access
A word from The Tree at Cadmore
The Tree at Cadmore is a trendy restaurant and bar tucked away inside a traditional English country inn - The Tree Hotel - in High Wycombe. The restaurant at The Tree could be described as rustic-chic – dressed up with exposed wooden beams, Persian carpets, slate floors, cosy armchairs and antique French furnishings – and the atmosphere here is intimate and romantic making it ideal for weekend escapes, discreet business deals and dinner parties. Chef Daljit Dusanj, formerly from Axis inside London's iconic One Aldwych hotel, has designed a fresh and creative international menu with a nod towards south east Asia. The bar at The Tree, which serves real ales, is ideal for pre-dinner tipples.Continued
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The Tree at Cadmore reviews from OpenTable diners
3 reviews since 25 November 2013
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- Would recommend this......Picky1Dined on 20/2/20144 of us went for a birthday meal at the Tree where we had been twice before. Mid week, the restaurant was quiet but the decor and lighting made for a nice informal atmosphere. Food is a combination of Indian and English-we had a selection of each and it was all good. The food on the menu is cooked to order and they will do the curries at any strength you want. Not a huge wine menu but some interesting selections. Bill for 4 came to about £145.00 (3 courses). Would definitely recommend this.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Good ambience. Service a littleJezzADined on 14/2/2014Good ambience. Service a little disorganised. Toptable booking did not work and we had to reschedule. Food excellent and reasonable valueSpecial Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- The following 87 reviews are from the The Tree at Cadmore reviews archive.
- Yet again, fantasticvegansgottaeattooDined on 17/6/2013Had a lovely meal with a friend at the Tree at Cadmore. I had the fried spiced fish to start, which was a very generous portion for a starter and absolutely delicious - cooked to perfection - whilst my friend had the equally delicious sesame prawns. For mains we both had steaks - again, a generous plate of food well prepared. We were sat out of sight in the corner but weren't forgotten about at all and both the manager and the waitress were very friendly and attentive. It's the best place I've found to eat in High Wycombe. The pub itself is lovely - perfect for a drink or for eating. I can't wait to try their Sunday lunch!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Lovely eveningcheerychappyDined on 8/3/2013Excellent food, attentive service with useful advice. Lovely log fire to sit by whilst we orderedSpecial Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Sadly disappointingLilliDined on 19/2/2013Perhaps it was just an off day. None of us had been before and the reviews were so good, but my meal was awful. We were the only people in for lunch on a week day which was a bit surprising and didn't help with the atmosphere. The staff were very pleasant but my vegetarian curry turned up with chicken in it. Fortunately the waitress spotted the mistake and took it away. I was expecting a long wait but the meal arrived quite quickly. As it turned out that was because it consisted of almost raw vegetables coated in general purpose curry sauce. Not nice and to make matters worse the nan bread was charred underneath. My friends who are local are unlikely to swop their allegiance from the Mowchak just up the road.
- Deserving of its great reputationSkip155Dined on 21/12/2012Another quality night out at The Tree in Cadmore End. The food was really nice, and the wine a very reasonable price ! We shall be back again soon !Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- My favourite pub!BrianDined on 18/7/2012The Tree is now officially my favourite pub. The food, service, and ambiance are head and shoulders above other pubs in the area. I highly recommend this venue.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Ecclectic Sunday mix - but goodktp2Dined on 15/7/2012We had Sunday buffet at £12.95. Mix of Thai, Indian and traditional roast! Great tasting food, and if you're up for something different and really tasty, this is certainly worth a go. Staff all v friendly, and homely pub.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Worth a Detour off the M40DavetalDined on 10/7/2012The Tree at Cadmore is a tastefully refurbished pub restaurant with accommodation. The most unusual aspect is the menu which includes both traditional British dishes like sausages or fish and chips; and south and east Asian curries. The food is prepared to a high standard, excellently cooked and presented in adequate portions. Service was very attentive. If you are returning to London down the M40 and fancy a meal then left at J5 Stokenchurch, take the A40 towards London then branch right in Stokenchurch onto the B482 and The Tree will appear on the left within a couple of miles. The experience is well worth the journey.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Best food in the areaBrianDined on 3/7/2012Besides excellent, friendly service, Top Table has the best food in the area. It is outstanding!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Recent visitJohnDined on 17/6/2012Booked a table for Fathers day, waiters very nice and explained it was a buffet and we then ate so much we had no room for desert. A very nice restaurant whose range of food will cater for most varied tastes. Owner very helpfull and prices very reasonable. Will go again.Special Features:
- Sunday Buffet lunchLizCDined on 17/6/2012I went with a large group on Fathers Day for their sunday buffet lunch. Delicious and copious amounts of a wide variety of food - three types of curry, a creamy fish saffron dish, rices, breads, roast duck, beef and pork with all the trimmings, and too many delicious italian, thai and british starters to count. The quality doesn't go down just because it's a buffet. All very yummy. Just dissapointed I couldn't eat more of it before I got full up!! I've also been for a dinner in the evening and it was lovely too. It was good for a special occasion - even better ambiance, service and food, without feeling stuffy or pretentious. I'd add an extra star for ambience in the evenings.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Can't fault a thing!vegansgottaeattooDined on 25/5/2012From the beautifully decorated restaurant from the very warm welcome we got from who we assumed to be the manager, we were glad we chose to eat at The Tree from the moment we walked in. The guy who served us was very enthusiastic, obviously passionate about his restaurant and made sure to tell us the soup and fish of the day - most places I've been in recently completely forget! We sat outside as it was a nice day and the area was clean and well kept. The dinner menu is fantastic - they've somehow managed to blend English and Eastern cuisine seamlessly and we both found plenty of things we would like to order (definitely an excuse to return). Our food was gorgeous and so well presented, can't wait to come back!Special Features:
- good for quiet lunch or dinnermn1234VIPDined on 16/5/2012Was welcomed heartily by the staff. The food was very tasty and came swiftly. Would definatley recommend it for a quiet dinner. Many locals present and the staff seemed to know them all well.Special Features:
- Our meal at the Tree at CadmoreOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 8/5/2012Our meal at the Tree at Cadmore in High Wycombe to celebrate my Birthday and our Engagement was superb both for service and for quality of dishes ...delicious!
- The Tree at Cadmore offersBandJVIPDined on 2/5/2012The Tree at Cadmore offers what claims to be an international menu, which means that it has an interesting mix of 'pub classics' and Indian food. It worked well for the two of usbut the evening would have been better with slicker service and a livelier atmosphere - it was a pretty quiet evening. All in all though we enjoyed the food and would probably visit again if in the area.
- The Tree at Cadmore is beautifullyOpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 7/4/2012The Tree at Cadmore is beautifully decorated, with a lovely, warm atmosphere and pleasant and efficient staff. On those grounds, I would definitely go back, but the food's not the best I've ever eaten. My starter was tasty (Aloo Paapdi Chaat), but the main of aubergine roulade was very carb-heavy and dry and accompanied by cheap, shop-bought garlic bread. With a bit more care and attention to the food, it could be great.
- The food, and service at theSteveDined on 18/3/2012The food, and service at the Tree at Cadmore were both excellent and I would recommend it to anyone. What is particularly good is the fact that they have both traditional English fare and Indian delights at the buffet and hence cater for conservative and adventurous eaters at the same time.
- This was our second visitKBS57Dined on 11/3/2012This was our second visit to The Tree at Cadmore for Sunday lunch. The welcome was as warm and friendly as before and service was attentive. The food is a buffet of traditional British, Indian, Chinese and Italian. This is a buffet so the food is good but not great. If you are looking for a relaxing Sunday lunch with enough variety to please everyone then this is the place to come.
- Good food, good service andOpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 16/2/2012Good food, good service and excellent value for money at a pleasant setting
- A very nice evening at theOpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 13/2/2012A very nice evening at the The Tree at Cadmore. A Monday evening so very quiet, which was very welcome. The food was very good - gastro-pub fare with some Asian twists. The service was friendly and efficient. Would recommend and return.
- Once again our family of 6OpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 12/2/2012Once again our family of 6 enjoyed the Tree at Cadmore's wonderful Sunday roast lunch. The restaurant was full of other families ranging from infants to grandparents, which is testament to its good quality, service and value. We had a choice of roast lamb or roast pork and both (this is an option!) were very good, as were the variety of starters and other courses available in the buffet. The lovely staff always make you welcome.
- It was another enjoyable dinnerOpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 21/12/2011It was another enjoyable dinner at The Tree at Cadmore End. We both had as a starter the scallops, which were perfectly cooked and delicious. The mains and desserts were also good, all accompanied by a great jazz trio with Mike Sherwood doing some pleasant Sinatra vocals. Great Value!
- The Tree at Cadmore nearPicky1Dined on 8/12/2011The Tree at Cadmore near High Wycombe was a delightful find. A quiet pud/restaurant in a small hotel serving great food in a lovely setting. Service was good, helpful and attentive. The Tree was quiet on a Thursday lunchtime but had a very welcoming atmosphere. The food was very good. The menu, an eclectic mix of continental, Thai and Indian dishes, tempted us out of our comfortable pub lunch choices and we were very happy with the results. Definitely one to visit again.
- The Tree at Cadmore, HighFrontRowDined on 2/12/2011The Tree at Cadmore, High Wycombe, Really pleasant surroundings, not the archetypal Gastropub. Great Kerala Lamb Curry and Haddock Stuffed Peppers. The Belly Pork was also a very nice dish. The jus for teh Shank of Lamb however, was a little too light. Good beers, wines and cocktails, although very narrow selection
- The Tree @ Cadmore is a lovelyOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 17/11/2011The Tree @ Cadmore is a lovely place to eat, with good food and friendly service. Sometimes the service can be a little spotty but the food is always well prepared and very tasty.
- The Tree at Cadmore has anBrianDined on 6/11/2011The Tree at Cadmore has an outstanding buffet on Sundays. They have a traditional carvery, which is very good. The beef was the best I have ever had at a carvery. They also have Indian dishes in the buffet which are even better than the carvery. The quality of the food and the ambiance of the Tree will keep us coming back on Sundays!
- The food at the Tree is excellent,BrianDined on 1/11/2011The food at the Tree is excellent, the ambiance is lovely and warm, and the service is top notch. They are doing things right at the Tree, very right!
- The Tree at Cadmore has lovelyJW14VIPDined on 30/10/2011The Tree at Cadmore has lovely food with a combination of English, Thai and Indian, and the atmosphere is nice. Service is really nice and friendly, just incredibly slow. Highly recommend the smoke haddock crab cakes, duck, pork belly, and the currys were really nice. Prices are pretty standard upscale gastropub prices which I think it is a bit too expensive, but it would definitely be worth coming here with a deal or for curry night.
- The food at the Tree is fantastic.OpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 27/10/2011The food at the Tree is fantastic. The menu is not extensive but has something to entice most paletes. The starters were tasty and the main courses of Thai Chicken Curry and Lamb Jalfrezi were brilliant. Our only complaint is that the service is quite slow.
- Our third visit to The TreedavyboyDined on 16/10/2011Our third visit to The Tree at Cadmore End but this was a first for the Sunday lunch buffet. There was a wide choice of Indian, Asian, British and German dishes for starters and mains. One of us went for the traditional Sunday roast with the other two trying various Asian / Indian dishes - all of us were very satisfied and impressed with the quality and range of food. Desserts are an extra cost, assuming you have room let for them! Very enjoyable.
- I took my family for SundayKBS57Dined on 9/10/2011I took my family for Sunday Lunch at The Tree at Cadmore. We had a very warm welcome and taken to a small room off the dining room where the buffet dishes were explained to us. The restaurant is an old pub with wooden beams and nicely decorated. Sunday lunch was traditional British (roast lamb and Pork) + veggies, yorkshire pud etc + Indian + pasta - certainly something for everyone! You can eat as much as you want and the quality is good - you will want seconds. We had a lovely, relaxed time.
- The Tree at Cadmore near HighAkkaDined on 1/10/2011The Tree at Cadmore near High Wycombe is a small and beautiful pub/restaurant. The food was good and service very attentive. Definitely recommend it.
- This was our second visitdavyboyDined on 1/10/2011This was our second visit to the Tree at Cadmore End. It has an extensive menu comprising British and Asian dishes - we went for Asian starters and mains, with British desserts. We were very impressed with the food, the service and the interesting dining area with lots of old photos and curios. Well worth trying - we will be going back soon.
- Four of us had a wonderfulOpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 21/9/2011Four of us had a wonderful dinner evening at The Tree at Cadmore, which was made more entertaining by a good, accessible jazz lady singer and her trio - all without any cover charge. We mostly had curries, which were generous and very tasty; we also liked the saffron poached pear. The wine list offered some great wines without the normal exhorbitant mark-up.
- We had a very enjoyable mealOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 5/9/2011We had a very enjoyable meal and were impressed by the atmosphere of the restaurant and the friendliness of the staff. The Tree at Cadmore was close to High Wycombe - about 15 minutes - but at the same time had a rustic, country feeling.
- booked the tree as a lastOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 23/8/2011booked the tree as a last option. i was happy that i did. food and service of a very goood standard. food delicious as other reviews say, and the service needs to be praised a lot. we were taken care as we are very special and important. attention to detail was to core. 2 for 1 offer is worth each and every penny. will return and recommend it as well...
- The Tree has been throughRobbieGDined on 9/8/2011The Tree has been through many changes over the years and has had mixed reviews from locals so we thought we'd give it a go with the 2 for 1 mains special. Strange menu mix of English, Indian and Thai, with a bit of Italian thrown in! We chose a Thai curry and a lamb curry. They were OK but nothing special and rather expensive for what they were. An Indian or Thai restaurant would have been better value. The Sancerre we drank was rather warm and not great. Will I go back? No.
- Excellent food and very attentiveOpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 8/8/2011Excellent food and very attentive staff. A great experience. Will dine again.
- A return visit to the treeDadydeliciousDined on 23/7/2011A return visit to the tree at cadmore was slightly disappointing. Excellent food as always but they failed to cope with a full restaurant and We waited an hour for our main course. We will return but not at weekends.