Buckingham in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... opposite each other, with virtually the same menu, and virtually the same name, Prego's and Prezzo's. Both are quite good though, and serve the best food in Buckingham. There is a kebab shop called Roosters on the main drag, by the entrance to Cornwall Place, but eat in there at your peril. My stomach still hasn't recovered from my last ill fated visit. Even worse is Desperate Dan's Kebab Van. It is as bad as it sounds. Then there are the pubs. Let us start with the Mitre, on Mitre Street, about ten minutes from the centre of town. Local amenities include a Londis newsagents, which sells sweets and porn as far as I can tel... more
Customer Buckingham in general Reviews (2)
by - written on 02/03/10 (Very useful, 572 readings)
Buckingham is a strange place. The historic town hall astride the High Street, the Old Gaol that stares back at it from the bottom end of Market Hill give the town the feel of a National Trust site. Indeed the town is a historic market town, royalty have had dwellings here in the Tudor times. There was once a wooden castle, where now there sits a church, and that is the second to be built on that site. There are windy streets, though minus the cobbles thankfully, and buildings narrow and placed at random it would seem. The main bars in the town are renovated barns, it really does fee like rural England. But there is very little to do. The High Street (so ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/05/01, updated on 17/05/01 (Very useful, 69 readings)
Buckingham is a small market town located within north Buckinghamshire and its countryside. The surrounding area is extremely green and rural and scattered with scenic villages. The town itself is also very picturesque, numerous Georgian buildings line the streets and there is a small castle in the centre. It well deserves the title designated by the local authority as ''The jewel in the crown of Aylesbury Vale'. Its population is growing with the extensions of the major outlying estates and now stands at about 10,000. 'Quaint' and 'Charming' are the adjectives tourists most frequently use about the town at the end of their visit, ... Read the complete review
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