The Royal Oak Stambridge is a traditional British pub that has retained all of its old charm, complete with Tudor-style architecture and decor. You can expect blackened oak beams, whitewashed ceilings and antique furnishings throughout the entire building. Situated just a short drive from Southend town centre on Stambridge Road, The Royal Oak is a spacious bar that attracts as many locals as it does visitors to this part of the stunning Essex countryside. Whether it’s breakfast, lunch, dinner or some bar bites that you’re after you’ll certainly be delighted with the food offering at The Royal Oak. Just reserve a table in advance to avoid disappointment!
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Food and service very good. A little too noisy for a Sunday evening.
Had lunch here today with friends the food and the service was very good. Will return again. 👍
No matter what meal you’re planning to eat at The Royal Oak Stambridge, we guarantee that you will be in for a very delicious time. We love the wide range of options this Stambridge Road bar and restaurant offers, with everything from the British la carte to the bar menu and the extensive wine list to boot. Located but a stone’s throw away from Southend town centre, The Royal Oak Stambridge is the perfect pit stop for anyone sightseeing, fishing, golfing or rambling in the area. Plus, you can even visit the famous haunted church in Canewdon whenever you’ve finished with your feed.
Now, it’s time to take a look at a few of our favourite dishes on The Royal Oak Stambridge’s brilliant British menu. If you’re looking for a quick bite to eat, the bar menu offers all sorts of delicious dishes such as jacket potatoes piled high with fresh fillings, sandwiches, wraps and plenty more besides. We simply love the fish finger bap with mushy peas, lettuce and tartar sauce, in a toasted brioche bun. If you’re in for a more lengthy stint at The Royal Oak Stambridge, you can choose from all the classics you know and love, from pies to steaks, and from pasta to burgers. Well worth the trip from Southend town centre and, indeed, anywhere in Southeast England we highly advise advance reservations to ensure you nab a spot.