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The Crown
16 High Street
Amersham
Buckinghamshire

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The Crown in Old Amersham, situated at the end of the Metropolitan Line and 40 minutes from London, is an Elizabethan Coaching Inn, updated by Ilse Crawford of Soho House and Babington House fame. The old timber building is situated in the centre of the historic market town, attracting locals, restaurant guests and night time travelers. The inn's interior is made up of rural materials - from Ercol chairs made in High Wycombe to traditional plaster made from lime and horsehair. The 'back room' with its inglenook fire and view of the cobbled courtyard is perfect for private gatherings and feasting of up to 40, while the bar and restaurant area is the communal heartbeat of the inn. The Crown Chop House serves simple, wholesome dishes with a focus on the Josper Grill - an indoor, charcoal barbeque reaching temperatures of up to 500°C. The new chop house-style menu completes the holistic experience of The Crown - the re-invention of the traditional English inn, providing simple creature comforts and great service.

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