The Jolly Farmer | Chalfont St Peter
OUR NEW MENU HAS ARRIVED – A TASTE OF SPRING ON A PLATE…
Our brasserie pub in Chalfont St Peter, Buckinghamshire is a must-visit for a mouth-watering Sunday lunch, celebratory dinners or a quiet pint.
Set in the stunning location of Gold Hill, our beautifully restored building respects the heritage of The Jolly Farmer name. Settle down with a drink or snack in a cosy nook in the welcoming pub. In the brasserie you can also enjoy seasonal menus of British favourites alongside classic French brasserie dishes. And during summer our outdoor terrace overlooking the beautiful Common comes into its own.
So whatever the occasion, General Manager Ben and the team look forward to welcoming you.
guest ales & beers | extensive wine list | family-friendly | dog-friendly | car park | disabled access | large terrace | kids menu | allergy menus available
Our delicious seasonal à la carte menu features British favourites alongside classic French brasserie fare, using the freshest ingredients all cooked from scratch by our lovely chefs. There is something for everyone, whatever the occasion.
Our wine list is second to none and showcases the best wines from across the world. You can also expect to see some cracking guests ales and beers on tap throughout the year, all served by our friendly bar team.
meet the team
A White Brasserie veteran Ben's enthusiasm and passion for great food, drink and service really shines through in everything he does.
AROUND THE NEIGHBOURHOOD
With the bustling village shops of Chalfont St Peter and Gerrards Cross on our doorstep just a few minutes away you can pop in for a drink or dinner at the end of a busy day. For something more exerting why not walk across Gold Hill Common and join one of the many footpaths that lead into the stunning Chiltern Hills.
Get in touch
- Mon-Thurs: 12pm to 10pm
- Fri-Sat: 12pm to 10.30pm
- Sun: 12pm to 9pm
- Mon-Sat: 11am to 11pm
- Sunday: 12pm to 10pm
- Tel: 01753 887 596
- The Jolly Farmer
Gold Hill West
Chalfont St Peter, Buckinghamshire