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Place Category: Restaurants & Pubs
The Boot was built in 1739 and today still retains many original, character features. With a warm and inviting ambience, exposed beams and a brick built open fireplace with roaring fires on wintery days, The Boot offers a ‘home from home’ welcome with its traditional public bar area, large beer garden, three children’s play parks, pub, restaurant and patio. Children, dogs and horses are all very welcome – although we do expect you to leave your horse outside! This quintessential Grade II, 18th century freehouse inn is situated in an idyllic setting, opposite the village green in Sarratt. Although set in peaceful surroundings, it is only 3 miles from the M25 junction. Nestled amidst beautiful countryside within the Chess Valley,
The Boot is the ideal drop-in for those who enjoy their country walks.
From feasts to light lunches, romantic dinners for two, special celebrations, corporate functions, or a quick pint to unwind. The Boot is the perfect place to enjoy any occasion. Our team can create an event to suit you and can cater for any size party or occasion with our stunning enclosed marquee. The Boot is one of the few remaining free-of-tie public houses in the area which means we can offer varied menus to suit your tastes. We pride ourselves on fantastic service and we are very happy to be here at the heart of the community.
Kitchen Opening Hours – Genuinely homemade delicious food!
Monday: 12 – 2.30 pm
Tuesday: 12 – 2.30 pm – 6 pm – 9 pm (*£7 Fish & Chip night*)
Wednesday: 12 – 2.30 pm – 6 pm – 9 pm
Thursday: 12 – 2.30 pm – 6 pm – 9 pm (*Pie and Pudding for £12*)
Friday: 12- 2.30 pm – 6 pm – 9.30 pm
Saturday: 9.30 am -11.30 am – 12 – 9:30 pm
Sunday: 9.30 am -11.30 am, 12- 5 pm (*Delicious Sunday Roasts*)
You can see our menu, upcoming events and photos on our website : www.thebootsarratt.com
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