The Jolly Farmer | Chalfont St Peter
We have missed you all so much and look forward to welcoming you back into our lovely pub.
Our team has received new training and new processes are in place so that we can all be safe, relaxed and happy. Please note that as part of these plans, we are now taking card only payment, we ask that you wear masks upon arrival and when you are moving around the venue. Due to the 10pm curfew we have turnaround times on tables, provide table service only and are 100% seated. To avoid disappointment, we recommend that you book ahead. To view all the detailed steps we have taken to make your time as safe as possible, please head to our Covid Conscious page.
Finally, we wanted to let you know that we have extended Eat Out to Help Out until the end of September. Each person will receive 50% off their food and non-alcoholic drinks bill, up to a max of £10 discount per person Monday – Wednesday, any time of the day. Sign up to our database today to claim this offer.
Please note that your booking may mean you are seated in either the bar or the brasserie as we are a 100% seated venue. Table service will be provided throughout.
We are now taking payment by card only. Thank you for understanding.
guest ales & beers | extensive wine list | family-friendly | dog-friendly areas | 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.
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.