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Ye Olde Talbot, Worcester - pub details

Address: Friar Street, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR1 2NA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 12521) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Worcester Foregate St (0.4 miles), Worcester Shrub Hill (0.6 miles)

Pub facilities/features:
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> Current user rating: 6.8/10 (rated by 12 users)
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user reviews of Ye Olde Talbot, Worcester

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dont know where the good reviews are coming from, must be the rooms side of thing which ive never stopped in but as for somewhere to eat and drink i wouldnt rate it. food is mediocre, that staff seem to be lacking but at least you can normaly get a good pint
KrisRogers89 - 22 Aug 2013 15:22
Reasonably priced accommodation with a good breakfast. Run of the mill GK pub , which makes it OK in my book, marred only by a foul-mouthed drunken scouser staggering around the bar. I don't need to travel a hundred miles to see one of those. Found him later urinating on the wall outside Nando's before he staggered inside, where i am sure he received a warm welcome. Made my night though.
Schwalbe - 22 May 2011 23:57
I went in this pub yesterday (21/12/09. Overall it was quite good. It is a corner pub, with the bar in the middle, and the floor of the pub arranged around it in a kind of square 'U'.

I agree with the previous reviewer re the staff organisation. It was 1pm and there was one barstaff, a friendly lady, doing the work of 2/3 staff. Then 30 mins later the other staff appeared to surface.

Food ok, and my mate's pint of 'Rockin' Rudolph' was good.
wbafc_beer - 22 Dec 2009 10:05
We stayed here for two nights a couple of weeks ago. The main room is a large flag floored affair, there’s a small area round the back of the bar that looks like it used to be a snug and there’s a bistro attached, which is where you are served breakfast. Leather sofas and chairs all around the place along with a large number of dining tables and a couple of large TV screens. 6 handpumps on the bar, 2 with GK IPA, 2 with Abbot and 2 serving changing guests. All the pints I had were OK especially the Hopback Entire Stout. They were also running a promotion here where you get a stamp on a card for each pint of real ale you bought and then get a free one with four stamps. The staff are friendly if a little disorganised. I wouldn’t recommend the hotel as we found it quite noisy being on a main road and the breakfast service was a bit haphazard although the quality was good (Eggs Benedict anyone). Overall it’s a decent enough place and a lot better than most of Worcesters pubs.
ROBCamra - 17 Nov 2009 15:06
Stayed here 3 nights. Accommodation and food quite reasonable. Breakfast good. Disappointed with the beer, quality and choice, especially as adverts everywhere encouraging customers to try beers from the Real Ale Menu this week. Good job there was the Plough to walk to.
SPB - 1 Nov 2009 18:28

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