The Sussex Oak, Warnham - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 13478) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Food served, Sunday roast, Real ale
- Outside seating
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|Has a perfect pint of Dark Star Darkness there today. Promptly served, reasonable prices, large range of real beer, and a great beer garden.|
workhard - 20 Jul 2013 19:12
|Went to a reception after a memorial service in the church opposite. These can be a bit of a trial, given that one is mourning the loss of a friend or loved one, but the staff were excellent, coping very well with the sudden rush of more than 200 people. Excellent Timothy Taylor Landlord and Surrey Hills Greensand IPA, and a Dark Star beer (not Hophead) and another Sussex micro were also on the hand pumps as well as London Pride. The hot snacks were ideal for a cold and crisp afternoon when you want a little food but not too much. The regular menu looked good, and if I lived in Warnham, I would be in there every evening. |
Chap - 6 Jan 2012 17:52
|very strange posting there Virg02.... had many pies here in the past and they were always cut form a whole pie dish with pastry on top and below. So the wife and I went back to check and had lunch there today. Not only the usual pies on the blackboard but also a special pie menu on a seperate piece of paper. I had the lamb and cranberry pie and it was excellant, washed down with a pint of ruby mild followed by a Tim Taylor Landlord both on fine form.|
fullbelly - 22 Mar 2011 16:39
|i had the pie...which is not a pie. it is a casserole with a pastry lid. why do all these pubs do this now. i want to start a revolution to bring back the REAL pie. lets stand up and demand a proper pie, its our heritage.|
thevirg02 - 18 Mar 2011 10:44
|Happy St Georges Day Here!|
I had the home made steak and kidney pudding and my partner had the Roast chicken, washed down with ...St Georges Ale!! a local brew from East Sussex, Perfect out in the garden, only trouble was finding a seat...
Well done for flag flying!
fullbelly - 23 Apr 2010 17:25
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