The Chequers Inn
Tel: 01628 529575
Review added 03/06/2014 15:32 by DisappointedNot having been here for a few years, thought I'd pop in for lunch, wish I hadn't.
Review added 04/02/2012 17:55 by LizzykVisited the Chequers last Saturday evening for my gardening group's anniversary dinner. We had a room to ourselves which was lovely. The food was excellent. A three course meal plus an amuse bouche and a sorbet, finished off by coffee and chocolates. Very reasonable price. great service and lovely food.
Review added 12/01/2011 17:15 by francisWhen my friends told me that they had been lately and the restaurant had improved out of sight I thought id give it a go. I was delighted when I went and it surpassed all my expectations. The food was first rate, the wine list was great, the staff were superb. see you soon
Review added 03/01/2011 15:36 by elainewe went with a large group on new years eve. 7 courses of impeccable food brilliant service and a great group of staff. the manager, (an aussie guy i think) was simply brilliant not to mention cute! service amazing and the knowledge of food and wine was second to none. a hidden gem worth visiting.
Review added 03/01/2011 15:27 by Stevewell they've got it right in the dining room finally. ive been going there for 20 years and finally in the last 3 months the service has improved exponentially. The m'aitre d' was incredible, service impeccable, all on a night when it was packed. the winelist has improved immeasurably recently. please make sure this man stays. we're already booked in again for mums 90th
Review added 25/12/2010 17:59 by CatSo....does it get any better? A 5 course dinner for £32.50 on Christmas Eve!!
Review added 25/12/2010 12:22 by ajWe went for Christmas Eve and enjoyed a lovely three course meal - the roast beef was particularly fine - and, once again, what we both really noticed was how the staff, no matter how busy they were, never forget drinks orders or failed to come past and top up water glasses - all in all, this charming hotel and restaurant has never failed to deliver a truly excellent dining experience.
Review added 14/03/2010 00:03 by anonA spur-of-the-moment decision tonight to visit them again. I'm delighted to say that the standard of food and service is still superb. This really is a lovely, cosy, romantic place where the staff really make you feel welcome. Note that there is both a bar and restaurant here, and we haven't eaten in the bar, so I can't comment on the food there. Its sister restaurant and bar in Cookham Dean is of equally high quality and together I think they set a standard that few other local eating establishments can match, certainly not consistently, at any rate. Highly recommended.
Review added 11/04/2009 21:07 by SimonI had to order my food twice and wait 1 hour for a simple hot toasted panini. Dreadful service. Food was not that great either. Needs a lot of work done.
Review added 27/07/2008 09:13 by JoanneThis restaurant has to be the most classy and elegant restaurant in the area. Impeccable decor, sparkling glasses, gleaming white table cloths and a French ambience all combine to make this place one of the best kept secrets of the area.
Review added 21/06/2008 22:48 by AndrewWhile not strictly within the boundaries of Cookham, (but only a five minute drive), this truly superlative hotel/restaurant is highly recommended. Flawless service and splendid food, the only downside is negotiating that narrow road which almost becomes a cart track in places. This is the place to go for that wedding anniversary or special occasion, although, surprisingly, I think their prices are very reasonable.