Allowing you to enjoy a delicious menu of seasonal favourites and classic pub food dishes, The Warren is the perfect spot for a scrumptious Sunday roast, a three-course meal, a romantic lunch, or anything in between.
When it comes to accommodating your group dining requirements, we’ve got everything covered. Whether you’re in the midst of planning a surprise birthday meal, a brunch with clients, or a unique social gathering compete with delicious bar bites and cocktails, we can help.
We are also a child friendly establishment, so please feel free to bring your little ones along … they’ll love tucking into our dedicated children’s menu.
If you have any questions about our menus or special offers, or to make a booking, please do not hesitate to get in touch!
Located in Wokingham, Berkshire, The Warren is approximately 39 miles west of London and seven miles south east of Reading.
If you’re travelling by train, Wokingham station is on the junction of the Waterloo to Reading line and the North Downs Line. There’s also a regular bus service with routes throughout the area.
The Warren is located in the beautiful town of Wokingham, making it perfectly placed for you to explore the many attractions and the stunning landscapes of the surrounding area.
Join us and enjoy our magnificent interiors and a fabulous outdoor dining space that’s perfect for alfresco dining.
For walkers or those looking to explore the great outdoors, Dinton Pastures Country Park offers 450 acres of lakes, rivers, meadows, and woodland, which are perfect for exploring with the whole family. The park’s award winning adventure play space also offers fun, excitement, and adventure for everyone. Once you’ve worked up a healthy appetite, pop into The St George & Dragon to refresh and refuel.
If you’re looking for family-friendly fun, there’s plenty to do in the area, including the Pinewood Miniature Railway, Bracknell Ski Slope and Ice Rink, Dinton Activity Centre, and Pope’s Meadow.
Further afield in Reading, you’ll find attractions such as the idyllic house and gardens of Grey’s Court, the River and Rowing Museum, and Forbury Gardens.