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Molly's Millars, Wokingham - pub details

Previously called: Big Hand Mo's

Molly's Millars

Address: 59 Station Road, Wokingham, Berkshire, RG40 2AD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 10356) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Wokingham (0.1 miles), Winnersh (2.2 miles), Winnersh Triangle (2.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 4.9/10 (rated by 23 users)
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Much improved in last 6months or so with several local ales now regularly available and 1 pint free after 6 stamps ale card scheme also in place

could do with a lower priced ale >£3 available idealy to break into the spoons territory but having the sport on multiple tvs a clear advantage over the spoons of berkshire

beefbeerandbaps - 10 Mar 2015 15:00
I’d heard only negative things about this pub, “rough” and “chavvy” being two of them. I also visited this place many years ago and was of same opinion when I left. However, I recently went in here on a Wednesday evening to watch a football match. Had originally planned to go to another pub at other end of town but the proximity of this place to the station meant we had to have a look. Admittedly, initial impression was the above but after asking someone where nearest cashpoint was (one in there was broken), I discovered they were a polite and friendly crowd. Is perfect for watching football with the main pull down screen and smaller TV’s scattered around (some will see as a negative). Was good atmosphere, nice bunch of people, and prices not too bad either. I was on Guinness and can’t remember the score regarding real ales. Has dartboard too. Not somewhere you’d go out of your way to visit, but done a job, is on the station’s doorstep and maybe has a reputation that isn’t quite deserved
johnwarkstache - 19 Mar 2013 10:39
I echo McRoyal's comments below. They do seem to be making a real effort on the real ales. with 20% discount for CAMRA members & a real ale club card, drink 6 and get the 7th free (not in one go I hasten to add) and they should be applauded for that. My first visit since around 1985 and my expectations were low so I was pleasantly surprised. Very convenient for the train.
Abteilung - 13 Oct 2012 20:41
The frontage is now dominated by a huge patio/smoking area. This is a large pub with raised area for pool tables and there are at least 5 fruit machines in the bar. Food is served from a typical pub-grub menu but appears to be goood value for money. Three ales were avilable on my last visit - one from Loddon; one from Adnams and one from Brains. Quality was OK (but not outstanding) and the prices were goood - they were even giving a 20% discount to CAMRA members. It is next to the station but looks llike the type of pub where middle-aged men in shorts and foootball shirts congregate so I would imagine it can get a bit loud and boistrous. At least they are offering a range of beer and it is reasonably comfortable. TV screens everywhere reflecting the sports connections.
mcroyal - 26 Apr 2012 10:54
recently has had brains sa on -bearable if want to catch a bit of the game and a quick pint
beefbeerandbaps - 6 Jul 2011 15:58

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