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The Spring Tavern, Ewell - pub details

Spring Tavern

Address: 1 London Road, Ewell, Epsom, Surrey, KT17 2AY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1257) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Ewell West (0.3 miles), Ewell East (0.6 miles), Stoneleigh (0.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 4.8/10 (rated by 44 users)
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Horrendous, ultra modern & trendy. Beer was OK, but very short measures & had to ask for it to be topped up twice
Wilson_MacDonald - 14 Mar 2014 15:13
An Ember Inn pub located at a crossroads just out of Ewell high street. It has a very odd shaped and small car park. The bar is more or less in the centre of the pub with the lounges wrapped around it. It is comfortable and well laid out in the typical Ember Inn's style but has a rather boring food menu. The real ale choice varies but is reasonable but it is quite expensive for an Ember Inn. There is a small patio outside, if you don't mind all the traffic going past.
boozers_knows - 27 Oct 2011 14:26
Visited this for the first time on a sunny Friday evening and found the whole experience pleasant. There was plenty of people inside and out drink, plus the seating area for the food was well occupied too. The pub has an air of middle glass gastro pub about it, we found the bar service polite and attentive. Although we never tried the food, of what we saw served, looked wholesome and well presented. Cosmopolitan cocktails were well made and strong - so the misses says anyway.
Overall we were well impressed with, what is now our 'local' and will certainly going back for more and to try the food.
mpw246pl - 20 May 2011 22:41
This oft-used line: 'What happened to the customer is always right', or similar always amuses me. It isn't the case that the customer is always right simply because an expression exists 'The customer is always right'.

I'm about to invent an expression: 'Ten-year-old black cats are apples'; an expression now exists 'Ten-year-old black cats are apples' so it is an inherent, universal, unequivocable fact that ten-year-old black cats are apples.

The person who is right is right. If a business wishes to operate an arbitrary, no-matter-what the-customer-is-always-right policy, that is its choice, but not its obligation.
suggestion_tryAnewBEER - 23 Mar 2011 01:02
Having started so well after the relaunch, this "gastro" type pub has gone rapidly downhill both in terms of quality and consistency of the food and the service provided. 4 times have we sent cloudy beers back only to have an embarrassing 5min conversation with a waitress that "that's what it's supposed to look like" or worse "we've been serving it all day".what happened to the customer always being right, especially as inevitably we are spending upwards of 50 on food in the same sitting. The food is at times nice and other times lukewarm, a shame as this was the best thing about the new place & the only reason we kept returning. Not anymore....this establishment has made the mistake of taking its local clientele for granted and other disgruntled customers, of which there are a few, will soon follow.
Rsw01 - 23 Mar 2011 00:02

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