The King Harry, St Albans - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 12205) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Food served, Real ale
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|As we come towards the festive season I feel its my duty to inform any poor soul that has booked in here that I went last year and it was comfortably the worst pub experience EVER !!|
Didn't come close to school dinner standard let alone a passable Christmas lunch. Even allowing for the hecticness, the dinner was bland, cold and tasteless.
and the prices for bland wine ? eye-watering !
Awful waste of money!
Beerbuff - 11 Dec 2013 21:56
|A dreadfully overpriced pub , ridiculous really (r they in central London), God paid less for a beer in the Savoy bar! Awful ripoff of a place. A very lazy pub with idle staff. Shame really as nice location. Have to agree with others i'd stretch myself to beat 0/10, a real ripoff and staff r so poor. Company summer party seeks location??? This place is a big NONO!!|
BEER QUALITY - UTTER RUBBISH
stevenr - 15 Jul 2013 01:43
|Two real ales, one cloudy but not vinegary. The other, Doombar which was completely clear. Most people seemed to drinking lager although a crowd of French fellows all went for the Doombar!|
Tried the food and it was OK and seemed reasonably priced to what I'm used to.
Mr_ESB_Harry - 14 Jul 2013 11:26
|Agree with the previous review, the beer quality is a major problem, more often than not cloudy and sour. A shame because I really like the pub and the food is good. Would frequent more often if the ales were proper in condition.|
smac - 13 Nov 2012 21:22
|Beer quality has been a problem here in recent weeks - by that I mean cellarmanship. Often the beer has been a little flat and sour slightly vinegary and I've sampled a couple before finding one that is drinkable.|
A great shame as the beers they have are quite good. I don't agree about the prices though its nearly a pound a pint cheaper at the Three Hammers who generally keep their beer better.
Triathlete - 7 Nov 2012 09:44
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