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The Hind's Head
The Hind's Head is Heston Blumenthal's less formal eatery in the established gastro destination of Bray, just along the road from his multi-award winning and internationally acclaimed Fat Duck restaurant.
Refurbished in March 2017, it has stayed true to its 400 year old history, focusing on traditional British characterful classics with a rich and diverse range of beverages and snacks. Offering both comfort and character in the dining room, guests can sit amongst exposed beams by the bar or on in one of the banquettes in the West Room, enjoying Michelin starred food in an informal and welcoming atmosphere.
The unique partnership of Head Chef Peter Gray's passion for all things British and seasonal and Heston's experimental journey into the magic of taste and flavour mean this is a dining experience to savour.
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The Vicar’s Room captures the character of its historical setting, making it a truly atmospheric place for a business or private event without parallel. A dining table hewn from a single trunk of oak sits within the room amid wood-beamed walls, illuminated by a pair of parlour chandeliers depicting the likeness of Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth.
It pays homage to Simon Aleyn, the infamous Vicar of Bray during a time that the country was in the throes of shifting between the Catholic and Christian religion. He was renowned for having ever-changeable religious beliefs – always dependant on the reigning monarch at the time - to quench his insatiable desire to retain the Vicar of Bray title.