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St James Tavern, Winchester - pub details

St James Tavern
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Address: 3 Romsey Road, Winchester, Hampshire, SO22 5BE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 12639) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Winchester (0.3 miles), Shawford (2.9 miles)

Brewery: Wadworth

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> Current user rating: 7.0/10 (rated by 46 users)
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Small corner pub owned by Wadworths on a hill heading out of town. Ales were mostly from Wadworths - 6X, Horizon, Swordfish & Henry's IPA. But they did also have Everards Sunchaser Blonde. They also had Westons Old Rosie cider. Appears to be another foodie pub, with many tables having reserved signs for dinner. There was an outdoor area at the rear. Service took a while. But I think I just arrived at the wrong time. Shares some kind of loyalty scheme with other local pubs, including what was to be my next destination, the Green Man.
blue_scrumpy - 16 Aug 2015 15:48
Small corner pub owned by Wadworths on a hill heading out of town. Ales were mostly from Wadworths - 6X, Horizon, Swordfish & Henry's IPA. But they did also have Everards Sunchaser Blonde. They also had Westons Old Rosie cider. Appears to be another foodie pub, with many tables having reserved signs for dinner. There was an outdoor area at the rear. Service took a while. But I think I just arrived at the wrong time. Shares some kind of loyalty scheme with other local pubs, including what was to be my next destination, the Green Man.
blue_scrumpy - 16 Aug 2015 15:47
Wadworth's boozer with a hint of individuality- some places to hide and very well kept beer indeed. Excellent 6X. Mostly student-populated and fills up quickly and the small space rapidly becomes too much and an annoyance. Alezilla scores the big 6 for this one, no more.....
alezilla - 30 Nov 2013 17:43
Well kept Bishops Tipple and a cracking Quiz, what more could you ask for?
The St James has been steadily improving over the years and they don't mess with the formula. Its a great pub with a good balance between looking after the drinkers and the food.
The Barfly's are welcoming and enjoy a chat - the sign of a good pub IMO.
Crunged - 15 Apr 2013 16:37
Had a fairly rubbish food experience lately - "yes the soup is homemade" then why does it taste like its heinz? It is not a cheap pub and is almost as tiny as the Albion down the road. You can almost sense this pub is managed as an after thought to the owners (who have a little empire of underinspiring pub type venues in the city). If you want a tiny boozer with atmosphere and more varied ale/spirits choice i would plump for the albion (the wadworths is good at the St. James mind). Whatever you do avoid the Green Man unless your unbelievably aspirational or pretentious.
parmantom - 24 Nov 2012 07:22

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