Brexit negotiations continue at Fuller’s Pub

The President of France Emmanuel Macron and Prime Minister Theresa May treated themselves to lunch at a Fuller’s pub yesterday, taking a break from high level talks on the future relationship between Britain, France and the EU to sample some of the best food in the South East.

As reported in several leading newspapers, the world leaders met staff and stopped for photos outside The Royal Oak in Paley Street, a well-known pub with an enviable reputation for fantastic food. The Royal Oak is a few miles outside Maidenhead – the PM’s constituency, and has a long series of successes to its name.  The tenanted pub, run by Nick and Roz Parkinson, is the only Fuller’s pub with  a Michelin Star.  Sous Chef Craig Johnston added to this by winning Masterchef: The Professionals just a few months ago. The French may be famous for their gourmet cuisine, but Mr Macron could not fail to be impressed with Mrs May’s choice for lunch.

We’d like to think that The Royal Oak’s food made a contribution to international relations and the entente cordiale. Congratulations to the team at The Royal Oak for continuing to set the highest standards in British pubs and restaurants.

The Royal Oak’s excellent culinary fare is available for all to taste – but  a word of warning, you’ll have to book well in advance!



Links: 
http://www.theroyaloakpaleystreet.com/menu
https://www.standard.co.uk/news/world/theresa-may-treats-french-president-emmanuel-macron-to-pub-lunch-amid-postbrexit-talks-a3743701.html 
https://www.maidenhead-advertiser.co.uk/news/bray-holyport-fifield/126404/emmanuel-macron-and-theresa-may-enjoy-lunch-at-royal-oak-at-paley-street.html 
http://www.mailonsunday.co.uk/news/article-5286347/France-tells-UK-pay-single-market-club.html