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Fun, family, relax

 

Our story

We fell in love with The Bull & Butcher the moment we stepped through the front door. Determined to turn the fortunes around of one of the best village pubs in the area & with the fierce loyalty of the "locals" we have developed an experience that delves into the best burger & cocktail menus and rural relaxation all in a 17th century pub. Please come and enjoy our beer garden, warm welcome & our epic menu....
Alister & Danni

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Food

Burger city.... in a village!

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Bull & Butcher Special Burger

Our take on a British burger with the lot.... Beef patty, fried egg, fried onion, bacon, onion rings, lettuce & tomato. Nothing else needed!

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Upping the steaks

The best steak burger around. 7oz of rump & mustard mayonnaise keep this burger simple but amazing.

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Al's burger

A burger that was on our original menu! Still popular today with its onion ring sandwiched between two beef patties & double tomato bourbon sauce make it an essential at The Bull and Butcher.

 
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Baked Camembert

The best sharing starter around! Camembert infused with garlic & rosemary with an onion chutney

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Fish & Chips

Traditional, beer battered, chunky chips, mushy peas..... what else is needed!

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The Furnace

Home made chilli jam tops off this spicy extravaganza!

 

Contact

The Square, Akeley, Buckingham MK18 5HP, UK

01280 860237

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Opening Hours

  • Tuesday 6-11                 (drinks only)

  • Wednesday 12-2, 6-11   (food 12-2, 6-9)

  • Thursday 12-2,6-11        (food 12-2, 6-9)

  • Friday 12-2, 5-11           (food 12-2, 5-9)

  • Saturday 12-11             (food 12-3, 5-9)

  • Sunday 12-10               (food 12-3)

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