27th March 2023

Best restaurants in Beaconsfield

Fancy food and chic cocktails

Beaconsfield and Amersham are home to some of the best restaurants in Buckinghamshire, bringing a cosmopolitan vibe to the Chilterns countryside. Whether you’re in the mood for Spanish and Portuguese cuisine, Michelin-starred fine dining, or classic British pub food, you won’t run out of new places to try.

Pluma: Pluma is a relatively new addition to the dining scene in Amersham, but it has quickly established itself as one of the best restaurants in the area. The restaurant specialises in Spanish and Portuguese cuisine, and the menu is a celebration of the flavours and ingredients of these regions. 

Crazy Bear: The Crazy Bear in Beaconsfield is a stylish and quirky restaurant that offers a unique dining experience with an eclectic luxury interior (ever dined next to a full-sized taxidermy giraffe?!) The menu is a fusion of Thai and European cuisine with some truly unique dishes. It also has a fantastic cocktail lounge with an extensive menu – and its own swimming pool!

Artichoke: Artichoke is a Michelin-starred restaurant located in Amersham, and it has been recognised as one of the best restaurants in the UK. Chef Patron Laurie Gear runs the restaurant, and the menu is a celebration of seasonal and locally-sourced ingredients. 

The Griffin: The Griffin is a traditional 400 year old English pub with a twist in Old Amersham. Its luxurious interiors and exciting cocktails merge seamlessly into open log fies and exposed beams. The food is exceptional, adding its special twist to classic British ingredients like Roast Suckling Piglet. 

The Greyhound: The Greyhound is another traditional English pub located in Beaconsfield’s Old Town, and is well-known on the culinary scene. The menu mixes classic pub food and more refined dishes with a renowned 7-course tasting menu. 

Riwaz and by Atul Kochhar: The best Indian in Beaconsfield! Owned by Atul Kochhar, a renowned Twice Michelin-starred chef, Riwz means ‘tradition’ in Hini, and the menu is a celebration of Indian cuisine, with a focus on the flavors and ingredients of different regions.

Atul has also established his ‘Hawkyns’ restaurant within the Crown in Old Amersham.