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Bel and The Dragon

Blakes Lock, Gas Works Road, Reading, RG1 3DH

Tea at Bel and The Dragon, with the Riverside Museum in the background

Tea at Bel and The Dragon, with the Riverside Museum in the background

As the weather was so gorgeous we headed to the Riverside Museum to see what we could see. Next door to the museum is a lovely (if out of my price range) pub and restaurant called Bel and The Dragon.

The Riverside Museum is very small but worth a look if you fancy going for a walk by the river. It has a highly decorated gypsy caravan and an ornate teapot among other things, and is in a beautiful location.

I’d recommend combining the museum and pub to make the most of your visit.

Teapot? Yes, one between two.
Leaf tea? No, unidentified teabags.
Milk jug? Yes.
Price? £4 for two people which seemed a bit steep as we only got two small cups each.
Cake? No, but could order desert off the menu if you really wanted.
Go again? Yes, if I’m down that way.