Sausage Tree

Taps: 3 | Bottles: 25
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  • AMBIANCE 1/5
  • SERVICE 5/10
  • SELECTION 3/15
  • FOOD N/A
  • VALUE 5/10
  • OVERALL 6/20
imdownthepub  (1160) Banbury, England | October 6, 2016
Popped in here for a beer whilst doing a High Wycombe circuit, empty apart from the bar staff having a chat. The beer range was purely Eurofizz lagers on keg, if there are bottled beers available now I didn’t see them or a list. I declined. Not sure if this really should be on here now, not worth the effort for beer.
  • AMBIANCE 4/5
  • SERVICE 7/10
  • SELECTION 8/15
  • FOOD 9/10
  • VALUE 7/10
  • OVERALL 13/20
Theydon_Bois  (1047) Hazlemere, the lower Xhitlerns, England | July 25, 2016
Visited for dinner on Saturday 23/07/16. The place, despite being under the same ownership (same people as the Bootlegger on the other side of the station), has had a recent change of management and a refurb. The beer range seems to have been cut right back, no real ale, 3 keg taps with a couple of lagers and a bottle list numbering 25 or so. Decent enough range for a restaurant, Belgian classics, a couple from Wild Beer co amongst others. One large room with an outside patio, this is really a food destination compared to what it offered in the past. The food was excellent, 15 varieties of sausage, a dozen or so exotic meats - I had mouflon, plus standard steaks served on hot rocks which was fun. The service was fine, if a little slow in places, I think they could have done with an extra pair of hands. Overall a great eating experience in a well presented restaurant but if you were after a quick drink in Wycombe I would stick with the Bootlegger.
  • AMBIANCE 4/5
  • SERVICE 8/10
  • SELECTION 10/15
  • FOOD 7/10
  • VALUE 8/10
  • OVERALL 12/20
Boudicca  (1232) London, England | April 20, 2014
The Sausage Tree is a very nice café bar / gastropub with 50 different types of sausages plus an extensive grill menu of steaks and "exotic platters" of meat from all sorts of animals - kudu, springbok, llama, impala, oryx, eland, camel, zebra, wildebeest, crocodile and kangaroo. I’d just popped in for a drink before catching the train home (there’s an underpass close by that leads almost directly to the London-bound platform at the station and, incidentally, almost directly to the Belle Vue pub too!) but I decided to have a spot of lunch. Not feeling too adventurous, I opted for soup and a sandwich, both of which were excellent. There are two hand pumps with Rebellion beers and a long bottle list with lots to choose from. (Visited 17 April 2014).
  • AMBIANCE 4/5
  • SERVICE 9/10
  • SELECTION 10/15
  • FOOD 8/10
  • VALUE 3/10
  • OVERALL 17/20
wheresthepath  (135) , England | October 25, 2011| Updated November 14, 2015
Despite being hidden in a maze of Victorian terraced streets (with limited parking), this is wildly popular - you’ll need to book. There’s only two cask ales, usually Rebellion, plus a few other continental tap beers. However, as the sister venue to the nearby Bootlegger specialist bottled beer bar, it carries an excellent selection of bottled beers (although less unusual ones than the Bootlegger. But the beer is only a side show to the food - this claims to have England’s biggest selection of sausages (approx 50 different types), plus also carries a huge selection of exotic meats (we had llama and springbok) which you cook on "hot rocks" in front of you at the table. The staff are very knowledgable about the beers, and good about matching them to the food. Great fun, well worth trying - but you’ll probably need to book.

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