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History & About

In 1857 the Royal Oak opened its doors in Stokenchurch. The same year, Puran Sing Gurung, a Gurkha soldier serving in the British army of India, fought in the battles of Lucknow & Delhi. 149 years later his grand grand son, Navin Gurung, bought the pub to continue a tradition of good food and smooth ales.

We are a local village pub offering real Ale and authentic Nepalese food in a relaxed and friendly environment. A traditional and typically English pub with a cosy restaurant surrounded by residential houses and cobbled streets. The bar offers a huge range of well-kept traditional ales, craft beers, local gins and fine wines.

Doubling up as the Gurkha Hut - a Nepalese restaurant – the Royal Oak Stokenchurch is located directly behind the Kings Hotel. The Gurkha Hut food menu consists a selection of our regional dishes which are carefully blended to give you the authentic taste of Nepalese cuisine. We are situated just off Junction 5 of the M40, close to High Wycombe and the riverside town of Marlow.

 

Royal Oak Stokenchurch

Doubling up as the Gurkha Hut - a Nepalese restaurant – the Royal Oak Stokenchurch is located directly behind the Kings Hotel.