The old market town of High Wycombe sits just North West of London, which makes it close enough to enjoy the fruits of our capital. However, the town itself has plenty to offer students with three campuses set against a backdrop of rolling countryside.
The town is currently in the midst of a massive regeneration programme,which will see new leisure and shopping facilities open in Spring 2008.
Here’s what students have to say about their second home...
This restaurant is my favourite place to eat in High Wycombe and was founded by a Sicilian chef in the early 80’s. All of their pizzas and pasta sauces are made fresh every day to his original recipes and the breads come direct from their own Francesco’s Bakery. The venue makes a nice change from all of the ‘light and airy’ chain restaurants dotted around with colourful décor and a real homely feel. Nothing is too much bother for the staff. I love it!
The Noodle Bar has more of a canteen feel than a restaurant and the service is ultra-speedy. The rice and noodle dishes are fairly cheap and easy but the food is always tasty so it never feels like you’re sacrificing quality for price.