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Seven Stars Inn, Robertsbridge - pub details

Seven Stars Inn

Address: High Street, Robertsbridge, East Sussex, TN32 5AJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 13395) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Robertsbridge (0.1 miles), Etchingham (2.4 miles)

Brewery: Harveys

Pub facilities/features:
Cask Marque accreditation

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> Current user rating: 4.1/10 (rated by 19 users)
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other pubs nearby:

George, Robertsbridge (0.1 miles), Ostrich Hotel, Robertsbridge (0.2 miles), Salehurst Halt, Robertsbridge (0.7 miles), Johns Cross Inn, Robertsbridge (1.4 miles), White Horse, Hurst Green (1.5 miles)

user reviews of Seven Stars Inn, Robertsbridge

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A good pint of Harevy's Armada last Monday afternoon - refreshing after an afternoon strolling, browsing up at the Rother Valley Railway shop, and then in the second hand bookshop - very dry work!
zorrodp - 2 Aug 2012 13:36
A bit modern when compared to the other pubs I visited in the village...
Younger clientele too.
glenfarg - 11 Nov 2011 01:44
Excellent country dining area now downstairs,food was excellent cooked,credit there to Simon the Seven Stars chef..Beer was superb a really nice pint and friendly and quick service.As per previous postings they know how to look after their beer in this pub.All in all we had a great evening and will be going back again as the people in there make you feel very welcome.I recommend this to anybody who happens to visit Robertsbridge in future
knopster - 25 Jun 2011 18:56
This pub has had a total refurb since we last visited late in 2008, and we felt it worked for the better as the was no need for locals to be squeezing through the diners to go for a ciggie.The young barman did direct our attention to the new bar and was very eager to please, and did inform us it was one of the only establishments open in the village and the only one serving food on a Monday Night which seemed amazing, but commonplace as the most of the tables around us were filled.

As we sat and ate, the menu had vastly changed and had more of a pub friendly food feel. Although the kitchen service was slow, the young kitchen girl was polite, with the barman helping out where he could. Steak was cooked perfectly, and Hunter's Chicken was lovely, even though we required a brief description of what a hunter's chicken was!

Wine choice was limited to two top selling "drinkable" white wines, Pinot Grigio and Sav Blanc.
One simple Merlot and one simple Rose.
Harveys was excellent, well kept and worthy of the (out of date) Cask Marque Award.

All in all, we had a very enjoyable evening with delicious food at a very resonable price, in a country pub that has seeming lost it's football support!
pussygallore - 20 Apr 2011 15:53
Absolutly amazing food!! the chef is very nice!

But my visit was spoilt by the landlady who I just have to say is one miserable cow! She twice went out for a Cigarette when there was people including myself waiting to be served a drink. She was not very friendly at all and I felt that a lot of the locals I spoke with had the same opinion!
pubdrinker1 - 19 Jul 2010 15:56

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