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Golden Cross, Redditch

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Marstons pub near the station. The interior of the bar appears to have a medieval theme with shields around the walls and pictures of knights. It was quiet on a Friday lunchtime, with only 3 other drinkers. There was a further room at the rear, where the carvery is served. I don't believe there were any takers during our visit. Jennings Sneck Lifter, Banks's Bitter & Wychwood Hobgoblin were the 3 real ales on offer from the Marstons range.
blue_scrumpy - 21 May 2011 21:53
a fantastic friendly greeting from the couple running the place and a surprisingly gorgeous pint of ringwood "lovey warne" was quaffed in the hot sun outside,an ideal pub for a beer before your train,food dirt cheap too (fish pie and veg=2.50etc)only sad signs was the place empty on a sunny sat lunchtime and a marstons pub to let sign outside,7/10
fat_beer_badger - 30 Apr 2011 14:17
a most excellent place to wait for a train Beer good staff friendly warm and dry Thoroughly enjoyed it!
tcvarlh - 5 Feb 2011 10:56
a very good pub. very friendly landlords and great with the kids recently started a carvery and home cooked food which i may say is great. very fast service in a clean child friendly pub the patio out back is great on those hot summer evenings and the selection of beers is also very good well done keep it up guys i will be back
djbotty_2k_cj - 17 Jun 2010 05:10
Very good for a pub so close to a train station, albeit pricey as you'd expect for such a pub. Very nice guest ale last night, friendly landlord, nicely laid out bar, an enjoyable half hour spent whilst waiting for my train. Tonight i'm getting the later train and stopping fo ra couple.
mattyboy - 27 Jun 2008 09:12
Friendly town local with large bar and a function room, situated adjacent to the railway and bus stations. There are always two cask ales available - usually Banks' Bitter and a seasonal guest, along with Thatcher's Heritage Cider. The ales and cider are always in good condition and staff appear knowledgable about the product. Food is also excellent.
mikegtn - 27 Apr 2008 11:30
use to have live bands but it has been done out lovely the landlord and landlady are very friendly.They have a new carvery have to say the food was great well worth a visit 8/10
spongebob21 - 20 Aug 2007 17:50
Next door to railway station, two nice casks on Pedigree and Banks.
AlRobis - 30 Aug 2006 17:55

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