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The Jolly Coopers, Epsom - pub details

Jolly Coopers
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Address: 80-81 Wheelers Lane, Epsom, Surrey, KT18 7SD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 12214) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Epsom (0.7 miles), Ashtead (1.5 miles), Ewell West (1.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.5/10 (rated by 38 users)
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This is a gastro pub,make no mistake that the food is the paramount concern,the service can be slow.The decor is much better than under the previous management and so is the garden which was used as a dog toilet and not frequently cleared up! On entering you would not expect a beer of excellent quality and you would be wrong! The beer is excellent ,a cider from Lilley's , London Pride and three revolving guest ales from South-East England breweries,triple FFF, Hop Back,Sambrooks, Surrey Hills,Dark Star etc. if you want a pub crawl the nearby Cricketers serves a range of beers Including those from Wimbledon Brewery.
slerpy - 28 Jun 2017 20:01
This pub re-opened on May 22nd after 6 months closed for refurbishment following a change of ownership. The pub has been opened by removing some walls making a larger lounge which leads into another room which is principally a dining area.The new bar takes up far less space than the old one but there are still 5 real ales on the bar but both the beers that I had were rather flat. As the pub had only just re-opened I have put it down to teething troubles. Food was very expensive but the decor is much improved.
boozers_knows - 13 Jun 2015 15:17
Reopened last weekend. Popped in the a lunchtime drink during the week.

Lots of wrks done. Outside smartened up, old saloon and snug now bar and public is now dinning room, which is a bit formal and severe for my taste. Pleasant paved area at back.

Small lunch menu, but did not try food. Other diners seemed satisfied. About 6 bitters, 3 of which were Fullers. Lots of Fullers brand around.

All looking promising but called in for Sunday evening pint to find everything locked at that 2030hrs. So went to Cricketers. Would have gone to Weatherspoons in the first place if we had known.

Think I will wait a few weeks before another visit. Maybe things will settle down.

Ian


surrey_sailor - 31 May 2015 23:02
A much wider selection of real ales of late, Red Squirrel Brewery, Thornbridge, Triple fff etc have been on . Improvements in decor continue to be made in what i'd call the Saloon Bar. the beer quality has always been very god.
slerpy - 19 Sep 2012 15:56
Popped in yesterday, four ales advertised outside ,two actually on both mid-dark ales, on enquiring two more were quickly added both dark ales, as I prefer golden ales I departed to the Assembly Rooms where three golden ales were on at 1.99. I am always looking to support the independent pubs but they in turn have to think about the type of ales they offer. Pubs that charge 3.15 a pint as this one does have to go the extra mile to justify the premium pricing. My generous rating has now been adjusted to an average 5/10.
slerpy - 5 Jun 2012 15:11

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