Exotic, flamboyant and stunning might describe this nautically themed restaurant with its nets, shells, rigging and wall-to-wall prints. Despite its distance from the sea, fish abounds, with daily catches from the South Coast such as Cornish mackerel appearing on the menu. Cornish crab with wasabi mayo; crispy squid with sweet chilli salsa, scallops in Thai sauce; Brixham sole goujons; monkfish with sweet confit carrots, lentils and pancetta are just some of the many beautifully presented dishes. Meat lovers are offered the likes of rack of lamb or veal cheeks. Lemon tart or chocolate fondant might bring a sweet end to a meal. Wine lovers will appreciate a list of great breadth.
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Information on The Crab at Chieveley , Wantage Road (B4494) , Newbury
Open: Daily 12:00-14:30, Dinner 18:00-21:30
Last Orders for Dinner: 21:30
Closed: 25th Dec
Seating Capacity: 100
Private Dining: yes
Accommodation: Number of Rooms: 13
Room Prices from: £120
Wheel Chair Access: Yes
Accreditation: AA 2 Rosettes, Good Food Guide 3/10
|Local Directions:||Leave the M4 at junction 13 following signs to Chieveley, taking care not to join the A34 north towards Oxford. At the end of the slip road turn left into Chieveley Village along Grace's Lane. Continue for 1/3 mile, then turn left after The Red Lion pub into School Road. Follow the road along for about 2 miles (taking care of the very sharp left at the top of the hill) until you reach a T junction. Then turn right onto the B4494 heading towards Wantage and continue for about ½ mile up the hill and The Crab at Chieveley will be on your right.|
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Review of The Crab at Chieveley
Posted on by Peter and Ann ClarkeType of travel: Friends
We enjoyed it so much, first visit. We visited this restaurant with two friends on a very nice day and enjoyed the experience very much. The staff were very friendly and helpful. A glass of bubbles on our arrival set us up for a nice lunch and we were not disappointed. The restaurant was quite busy, but we did not have to wait, we were made very welcome. Due to ill health in the family, we were unable to return last year but are now set to go back when the weather picks up. We are looking forward to the good food we received and we know we will not be let down. Well done The Crab at Chieveley. This restaurant is some 18 miles from where we live.
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