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The Angel, Poole - pub details


Address: 28 Market Street, Poole, Dorset, BH15 1NF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1428) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Poole (0.4 miles), Hamworthy (1.7 miles), Parkstone (2 miles)

Brewery: Ringwood

Pub facilities/features:
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Spent last few weekends in this pub.
Good range of beers,lagers and cider including real ales, all well kept.
The sunday roasts are tender and tasty...good portions.
The staff are friendly.
The customers are a mix of couples,families,friends,singles and dogs of all makes.
Good atmosphere.
barrowboy - 22 Jan 2014 11:28
A pub in the old town area of Poole that is painted in an unusual battleship grey colour, it’s no doubt an old building and was quite historic at one time but it’s clearly been refurbished and is now one large open room wrapped around a wood panelled, oval bar counter.

It has something of a nautical feel with blue and white paintwork and even white wood panelling on the ceiling along with a strip wood floor. There is a small courtyard area at the back and a couple more tables out on the pedestrianised area in front of the pub. There were a few black and white photo’s of old Poole on the walls and a brick fireplace on the left. The young barmaid had zero personality and seemed barely able to speak. Why on earth she thought she’d like a job that involved conversing with members of the public I can’t imagine.

Beers on tap were all from Ringwood with their Fortyniner, Best, Old Thumper and Boondoggle. Ciders were Thatcher’s Gold and Cheddar Valley.
Blackthorn - 31 Jul 2013 13:13
A nice friendly Ringwood pub. I could have done with the volume for the live music being turned down but when I returned the day after (Sunday) it was enjoyable.
16jamesdoc - 28 Aug 2012 10:39
great pub drunk here for years on and off .bit concerned about lack of passion lately though.the old chef/cook used to do really great food and now its a bit of a non starter dont get me wrong foods good but it s just not as inviting as it was.also bar service can be very slow .i hope they get it together as it will be a shame to see the angel fall by the wayside..also quite expensive for a marstons pub as the globe down the road is alot cheaper..i think thats due to marstons not being able to get there act together.....
dyperman11 - 11 Oct 2011 11:04
Soon be on my way back to Poole and The Angel, that's my local while I'm there, I was there every day for 3weeks when the Pub first opened and watched first hand how dedicated the new Young Land Lady was. I was so impressed with her hardwork and effort to get this pub up and running I went back to Poole for another 3weeks where friends from all over the UK came to visit, while I was there, there were many parties. A 19th, 60th, wedding ect.. Beautiful fresh homemade food.No complaints only compliments and rebookings. I had a couple of parties myself. Also they had a Mexican Night and the chillie was absolutely superb, 10 british pounds per head and eat as much as you want. my compliments to the chef.
There is no function room, but you know this when you book, up side good atomosphere and you don't pay for a hall.
Fatty123 you never mentionion how many guests were at your Christening party! and how much per head you paid. I would be interested to know.
I noticed there are not a lot of pubs that let you take babies and children in.
Dogs have always been well behaved and kept on a leash when I have been there. All this adds to make a good family pub :)
Myself I'm looking forward to eating there in the evenings again, and the lunch time Sunday roast. (I never missed one the whole time I was there, Wow real Yorshire Pud.)

Malteaser - 9 Oct 2011 19:41

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