Wednesday, July 22, 2015

We love the Wiki! We've been dining here for a while now and were introduced to the place when my Hubby's Cousin lived in the area. We kept being told this place had cheap pints and awesome food so one day we checked it out and we're so glad we did. We now frequent this place every couple of weeks, usually when we can't decide on somewhere new to eat or we just want a good quality meal.

The High Wycombe Tavern can get pretty busy on the weekends for lunch (the secret is out!), so I'd suggest making a booking just to be sure. Only once, have we been turned away because they were packed but now we know to ring and book most times.

The menu is quite extensive and covers all the bases, pasta, steak, fish n chips, pork belly etc etc. They always have a specials sheet where you'll find a Rump Steak or Fish n Chips with a PINT of beer for just $15 plus daily specials. They also do a 'Beer of The Month' where pints of it are just $4.90 and it's usually either Stella, Becks or Heineken.

These cheaper meals are great and we've both had the Wagyu Roll with Chips & Gravy numerous times.

Sizzling Garlic Prawns often make an appearance and the small size is perfect for 2 people to share for starters.

Last time I had the Seafood Gnocchi special.

And the time before that I had the Pie Special which was a delicious Rich Beef and Gravy Pie.

My Hubby loves their Hellfire Parmy. A thick juicy crumbed chicken breast topped with pork belly pieces, BBQ sauce and Jalapeno Chilli its a pimped up version of the classic, done right!

Kids are well looked after with meals priced at $7.50, with a few choices and come with a slushie drink, ice cream and a kids activity pack!

This place is great for a family/birthday lunch or dinner with the family as its nice and cosy and has something to please everybody's tastes.

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