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havent visited this pub since leaving as manager in january 2009,only just read the last review.i hope that tanya is still in charge,in my short time there i had said that the best person to make the farmhouse a succsess would be tanya.if tanya is still in charge i would recomend this pub to anyone.
kevinjohn - 10 Feb 2010 14:38
this pub has had a lot of bad press over the years the new landlady has changed all that, she has worked here for many years and has taken the step up to manager in her stride, they have a karaoke every other friday, themed food nights on thursday's eg chilli night, curry night, sweet and sour etc. nothing on the menu is too expensive and with becks vier, 2 real ales, and boddingtons only 1.95 a pint why are'nt you there now?? its going to take a lot to get people back in that have been put off or had a bad experience in the pub but all i can sugest is give it a try i think you will be pleasantly suprised, i was
tyw - 7 May 2009 18:40
the trout is now under new management again, tanya is doing a really good job, she wants it to be a pub for local people there is now a tv, the most expensive item on the menu is 6.00
mrsanon - 6 May 2009 18:20
well update to all who have chosen to stay away from the trout since THEY took over or where made to feel unwelcome THEY HAVE GONE LEFT NOT THERE ANYMORE woohoo so biker come back and see what the next lot have instore for the pub with the most ever landlords in only 5 short years
mrsanon - 12 Nov 2008 16:24
dear biker, its now into september what are your views on the trout now, i noticed some of the staff have been replacedwhich is unfortunate and according to the advert in this weeks local paper they now have a dress code its a pub in durrington not the ritz be good to hear your veiws
mrsanon - 6 Sep 2008 00:13
well so soon these new managers just aint got wot it takes
mrsanon - 16 Jul 2008 21:59
Ok where do we begin, now being called the trout (this to trick people into thinking that its a posh eating establishment). The place has been open 5 years had at least 1 set of managers every 6 months some have'nt even lasted that long, the longest serving managers were Paul and Theresa Jacobs (1 whole year), the couple that have just jumped ship lasted all of 6 weeks, I hasten to add not because of the clientel, (all the touble eliments have been removed, AND WILL NOT BE RETURNING) they were not making any money, not suprisingly as the food value went from being hearty home cooked pub food at very affordable prices to stuff people could'nt pronounce let along afford to eat, this is not going to work, the pub is situated in the middle of several social housing estates, where most of the residents can't afford to eat out and when they can it would'nt be to the local, at the moment its a dead hole BUT the "new managers" want to try and turn it back to the affordable eatery it was a few months back, good luck to them I say (they are going to need it), Its got itself a bad reputation over the years,lets forget that bit about it its a really lovely place with a huge decking area, fish pond, friendly loyal staff some have seen all the managers in and out. Go and give it a try, I think you might be plesently suprised
mrsanon - 29 Jun 2008 01:10
Under new Management and now called the Trout, seems to have gone downhill big style, only 3 people in the bar at 6.30 on a Saturday night avoid as much better pubs around the area than this.
superseagulls - 26 May 2008 12:51
New management, enormous improvements and smokers are well catered for. Visitors, well worth the short detour. Well worth 8/10
Biker - 19 Aug 2007 06:13
this pub has only been open 4 years and in that time it has seen 14 managers some good some not so good but despite all this the staff seem to stay loyal and are always more than happy to serve you. the bar area does on occasion get a bit loud and rowdy but what can you expect it is a pub. the managers at the present time are dave and nicky and are promoting family values and encourage families with children, dogs are more than welcome.
anonymous - 29 May 2007 19:34
We've only been here a couple of times, nice place with a huge conservatory as a dining area, good outside area with a fish pond and a good pint but....a bit of foul language in the bar area ! I tend to agree with forresearchreasonsonly below (20 Aug 06)
Biker - 9 Feb 2007 14:20
Another good development by the Chapman group. Chris has injected so much life into the old town over the years he should be given the freedom of Worthing. This is a really nice pub but>>>>
This part of town is inhabited by thousands of fantastic, honest working class people looking out for each other and getting on with life. And about 20 families transported from London mostly but some from Brighton during scum clearance programs that make this part of Worthing a living hell if you happen to even pass through here . So beware, you have been warned. Some streets around here are no go areas.
anonymous - 20 Aug 2006 22:30
Old farmhouse and ajoining barn linked together to form a pub & restaurant with decking to the rear around the duck pond.
3 real ales Good food
paul Jacobs - 15 May 2006 17:48

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