About The Nut Tree Inn Murcott
The Nut Tree Inn is a Michelin pub in Murcott, Oxfordshire serving refined seasonal modern British food. It occupies a 15th century thatched building beside a village pond, with heavy stone walls and lots of exposed woodwork, as well as a productive kitchen garden.
Opened in 2006, by Mike and Imogen North (Mike grew up in the area), the Nut Tree is a traditional village pub, howbeit one that serves excellent food. It is still somewhere you can stop by and have a pint or relaxing drink at the end of a hard day’s work, and find a mix of locals and visitors enjoying real ales and fine wines.
The Nut Tree Inn is located in the village of Murcott which lies between the River Ray and Otmoor – about 4 miles south of Bicester.
Nut Tree Inn it has held a Michelin Star since 2009. In 2018 it was voted Oxfordshire’s ‘Best Fine Dining Pub” and No. 17 in the “Top 50 UK Gastro Pubs”.
The menu at the Nut Tree Inn changes frequently to make the most of the ingredients available. It features dishes like Parfait of free-range chicken livers, Fresh & Nut Tree smoked Loch Duart salmon fishcake, and Drilled fillet of aged Charolais beef.
Open Monday to Sunday from 12noon for drinks. Closed Sunday evenings.
Tuesday to Saturday: Lunch at 12:00 pm to 2:30 pm, and Dinner from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm.
Sunday: Lunch at 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm.
Bank Holiday Mondays: Closed.