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Nags Head On The Thames, Abingdon - pub details

Nags Head On The Thames
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Address: The Bridge, Abingdon, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX14 3HX [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 10021) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Radley (2.2 miles), Culham (2.3 miles), Appleford (2.8 miles)

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user reviews of Nags Head On The Thames, Abingdon

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This pub keeps getting better and better. More refurbishments have been made to the garden including a good size decking. There were at least 6 ales on, with a little menu explaining the method and taste, and there is no problem if you would like to have a sample before buying a full pint - a nice touch. I had a couple of pints of Grain which went down very well in the sunshine. Wholeheartedly recommend, although the loos could do with a bit of a refurb, but I guess that will follow shortly.
woodie93 - 28 May 2015 09:23
had pub lunch there twice. Great food at reasonable price and a variety of mainly local beers (Abingdon bridge etc).
peteathome - 31 Oct 2013 20:52
It was good to see the beer was on much better form on our last visit. Everyone was happily drinking and eating in the sunshine overlooking the Thames. The bar staff were very attentive and friendly too.

Much better...Still the best choice for local and not so local beers in Abingdon.
in_the_shed - 22 Jul 2013 23:05
Visited yesterday and despite being v busy with people out & about in the glorious weather this pub was coping well. Years ago was an old favourite & looks to be well worth a visit. Jazz in the garden wide mix of people nice atmosphere wide choice of beer - Ferrymans Gold was excellent -.
Can't comment on the food but there were plenty of staff on duty & table's were being cleared promptly.
Fingers crossed it keeps its standards up as its a glorious spot.
downsview - 22 Jul 2013 09:07
Despite a bright start, it's disappointing as a CAMRA member that the ale quality varies so much.

It could be that the cellar temperature isn't quite right or that some of the guest beers don't travel so well. The place has a cask marque so it should be okay...

Unfortunately some of the staff seem not to be able to recognise flat/bottom of the barrel beer and are reluctant to change it. The Doom Bar I tasted last week was basically undrinkable.

Dusty the landlord can do better than this. They'll be more competition come the end of the year so still time to improve things - please...
in_the_shed - 30 Jun 2013 09:03

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