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The Muntjac is buried deep in Northwest Bedfordshire in a tiny village named Harrold. The first time I came here it was by accident. We were on vacation, touring around the area and needed a place to eat. The pub down the street wasn't serving so we tried the Muntjac. It was good. The dining area is completely different from the pub. The pub has a long bar, pool table and serves up half a dozen locals, mostly bitters and has about ten constant taps like John Smith's, Guinness, Stella, Fosters, Scrumpy Jack. The dining area is more like your grandma's place. The coolest thing is that they were in the middle of transforming a well, which they'd built the diningroom around, into a make-shift fish pond with a plexiglass top. I wanted to see what it looked like when it was finished, so when my wife and I had our honeymoon in England a year later, we ventured back to the Muntjac. Boy was I glad we did! The owners had hired a real quality chef who brought his skill and a more sophisticated cusine to the pub. Check out their website and take a gander at the menu. It's absolutely delicious! And very reasonably priced. So go now before it becomes popular and the prices get jacked up.
05-01-2006 19:56:03 | More by JayTheFinn
Muntjac, The in Harrold, United Kingdom (England)
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