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The Red Lion, Banbury

High Street
Culworth
Postal town: Banbury
OX17 2BD
Phone: 01295760050

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Komakino . left this review about The Red Lion

This freehouse's pub sign has the shape of a lion comprised of cutlery, which gives you an idea of the primary focus here, and it was busy with diners on a Sunday afternoon. There's a decent enough ale selection, though, if you forget the Tribute and London Pride: the other options being Bootleg's Urban Fox and Inveralmond's Thrappledouser, both of which were in superb shape. The two-sided bar serves the restaurant area as well as a smaller 'snug' room, containing three tables, one of which was commandeered by four diners, and the generous beer garden was thronged with people enjoying the July sunshine. There was some seating outside front on the pavement, which in a quiet village was no great shakes and offered some shaded respite. Well worth a revisit for the ale alone, but if the weather were any less than fair, you'd probably feel in the way.

On 18th July 2016 - rating: 7
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michael furn left this review about The Red Lion

The pub is a Freehouse offering 4 real ales.
It also has a Bistro, telephone 01295 760050.
Closed Mondays, Open 12-3pm, 6-11pm Tuesday to Saturday , and 12-1030pm Sundays.meals served 12-2pm and 6-9pm Tuesday until Saturday, Sunday meals 12-4pm.
It is located off the B4525 road,and is about 3 miles from the road, which also serves M40 Jnc 11.From North come off A5 turning Litchborough, and continue for 10 miles.

On 15th September 2009 - rating: 8
[User has posted 38 recommendations about 37 pubs]