We called in at the Griffin for a drink. Although we did not eat there we noted that there were quite a number of late lunches being served. The menu and food looked good if a little over-priced.
Location is close to the Thames at Caversham Bridge and the pub has a reasonable beer garden. Formerly belonging to the Chef and Brewer chain, it is now run by Greene King. I was pleased to see a Cask Marque and a range of around five real ales at the bar. I chose Village Idiot from White Horse Brewery and was delighted by its marked hop aroma and well-balanced flavour. My wife enjoyed a generous white wine spritzer. A perfect way to spend a sunny afternoon.