Six Bells, Boreham - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 13463)
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|We went on a wednesday evening for a meal and the food and service was excellent ,i had the steak pie and chips, the chips were proper homemade and perfect, a good size wedge of proper steak pie and a decent separate dish of lovely veg , we thought the prices were a little high, but you do get what you pay for and the quality was first class, it got very busy but still the service was excellent, would definitley recommend,looking forward to visiting again.|
28percy - 10 Mar 2011 15:54
|I Have to agree with other reviewers that the food is at the top end of pub prices but. there is home cooked food available which I expect to pay a premium over the commercilly frozen and heated meals so many pubs and other chains rely on. The disappointment was the quality. We had a fish dish and abeef stroganoff. The fish dish was tasty but overcooked tuna finished up being left. The steak in the stroganoff was also overcooked which togetheer with poor quality meat meant a lot of excercise for the teeth. Vegetables were mixed in quality and on the soft side but well within acceptable limits. Service fine, decor pleasant, check out the old speckled hen to drink, portions middle of the road, but I wont be rushing back|
St8tsman - 11 Jun 2010 21:33
|I have been a regular drinker, and occasional eater, in this pub for 10 years and I can personally guarantee the following: 1) the beer and food is always top-notch; 2) the beer and food is always very expensive; 3) there are (usually) no chavs, thugs, nutters or other wierdos. Perhaps 2) results in 3), which might explain the comments of others like "lucie911" (how did she check the kitchen hygiene, exactly?), or "apa" (". . . go into Chelmsford . . ." - where, exactly? Wetherspoon's, I'll guess - cheap as chips, and he can sit and moan with the rest of the bearded, real-ale bores.|
Only come to this boozer if you're not frightened by £3.35 for a pint of perfect Abbott, and about a tenner for a shepherd's pie.
npmat - 26 Dec 2009 16:49
|This ''pub'' is extremely overpriced for the packet food that they serve. The beverage side of things is almost double the price of many other, much nicer pubs. Also kitchen hygiene leaves a lot to be desired. |
lucie911 - 6 May 2009 20:46
|This is Greene king pub, so expect the usual ales. But they did have St Edmunds on, which is a light lager coloured ale – not too strong at 4.2%, and tasted better than the IPA. On a sunny Saturday the pub was pretty busy with families dining, no doubt because of the large garden with children’s swings, slides, etc. It’s pretty comfortable inside; nicely laid out with normal tables and chairs. The service was not fast, but one couldn’t complain bearing in mind the numbers with which they were having to deal. I think this is a fairly decent pub; not top notch but pretty good.|
RexRattus - 22 Mar 2009 19:17
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