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The Oakley Arms

The Oakley Arms was refurbished in 2021 by new custodians, husband and wife, Andy and Lizzie.


An independent fresh food pub offering a daily changing menu featuring produce from the best local farmers and suppliers.


Dishes are seasonal and exciting, you're bound to find a new ingredient that you've not heard of before alongside some trusty pub staples.


A relaxed and informal environment to enjoy, with personable and friendly service.


The Oakley team can't wait to welcome you.

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Andy Slater

Andy has been a chef for some 15+ years. From pot washing in a pub at 14 he's climbed the ranks!

Andy's passion to push his technical ability and deliver exciting, quality dishes to his diners has kept him on his toes. His experience spans cheffing on yachts, at fine dining, beach side restaurants; NuNu and Wink in Australia's Palm Cove, and at Tom Browns Brasserie in Gunthorpe, Nottinghamshire. 


He moved to London in 2017 where he held his role as Executive Chef at Fresh Fitness Food, a production kitchen catering to some of the UK's fitness elite, a role which he thoroughly enjoyed for four years. 

During lockdown he made the bold move to tackle a pub renovation and between him, his wife Elizabeth and their families, they opened the doors to The Oakley in April 2021. 

Unlike many restaurants, every time you dine at The Oakley Andy is behind the pots and pans cooking each meal that is served up. 


Elizabeth Slater

Lizzie is always busy organising things behind the scenes and front of house, she is just as comfortable in the kitchen beside Andy as she is serving our guests in the restaurant.


Lizzie brings experience  to the business from her roles at a pub in Twickenham and the original Megan's in Chelsea, as well as her 10 year stint in the wedding industry. 

Never afraid to jump both feet in, project Oakley was a no brainer for Lizzie, she couldn't be happier to work alongside husband Andy, bringing their events and vision to fruition.


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