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Food and Drink

 If you are seeing a show at the Wycombe Swan Theatre, then why not  soak up the atmosphere first with a pre-show supper in the Theatre Cafe and Bar.  It opens two hours before the performances start (1.5 hours on Sundays), so you  will have plenty of time. Or perhaps a Murder Mystery Dinner in the Oak Room  might appeal: here you act as detective in solving a case whilst enjoying your  meal, in a blend of scripted drama and improvisation

If you would like a Sunday Lunch and relax in the gardens come to the          Clifton Lodge Hotel.If not book your birthday dinner. All events catered for from weddings to births.(Tel 01494 440095)

 If you have visited Wycombe Sports Centre to help get rid of some  excess weight, you will be glad to know that you need not faint with hunger or  thirst as there is a cafe and licensed bar there to help you re-fortify  yourself.

Suppose for a moment that you were about to visit an  establishment called Burgers. You would probably already have formed a fixed  idea about the type of cuisine on offer. If, however, the establishment in  question happened to be in Marlow, you would be in for a surprise and probably a  treat as this one is a Swiss-style confiserie, chocolatier and tearoom.

 If you like to get out and about the Buckinghamshire countryside,  you might like to call in at a pub to eat. More and more pubs are serving proper  meals, as it is now accepted that this forms probably the most important part of  their trade, particularly so for the more out of the way houses. Lets start  with the George & Dragon Hotel in West Wycombe. This is a Grade II listed  building, which is situated in a village surrounded by National Trust land, and  it has a collection of old prints and china. There is a daily changing menu of  specials on a blackboard and a fixed menu on the tables. The cuisine is  basically English, with perhaps one or two dishes from further afield.

 The Red Lion in Coleshill has a choice of bar snacks for those  who like to watch their figures, and a blackboard menu for those with healthy  appetites. The food is simple but good, with a traditional roast on Sundays.

Right in the centre of High Wycombe at the Cornmarket is The  Falcon, which is part of the JD Wetherspoon empire. Following the tried formula  of no Muzak, no loud fruit machines, good prices, it provides a reasonable  range of meals at reasonable prices. You even get a till receipt to help you  double check the arithmetic!