The Rose And Crown, Stratford Upon Avon - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1440) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Sky TV, Big screen
- Fruit machines, Quiz machines
- Food served
- Outside seating, Children allowed, Late licence, Smoking area, Wireless internet access (provided by The Cloud)
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Golden Bee, Stratford Upon Avon (0.0 miles), Garrick Inn, Stratford Upon Avon (0.1 miles), Dirty Duck, Stratford Upon Avon (0.1 miles), Encore, Stratford upon Avon (0.1 miles), Falcon Hotel, Stratford Upon Avon (0.1 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Decent enough town boozer, but there are a lot nicer places not far away|
alewhale - 23 Mar 2014 13:17
|A 16th century hostelry described as being Tudor in style (it certainly isn't clean lines, Farrow & Ball and halogen lighting!) which is big inside although there were only a handful of people there last night. An uninspiring range of ales including Marston's EPA, Young's Bitter and Bombardier (which was in good order). Nothing to write home about but I have been in worse. Did not eat there but it looked like they served typical pub grub.|
paul_d102 - 5 May 2012 09:13
|Seemed busy when we visited. Nice pint of Pedigree and decent enough choice of other ales. Didn't try the food but portions seemed good and plenty were eating. Would visit again.|
ng10 - 11 Aug 2011 09:41
|This is the first time that I have left a comment about a pub that I have visited and had a meal in. Out for the day on Bank Holiday Monday we passed the Rose and Crown and decided to Pop in for a meal. Although it was packed and waiting time for a meal was approx 40 minutes we chose to stay. The menu was varied and the food prices seemed reasonable although it was standard pub food and not cordon bleu. After waiting for over an hour and 15 minutes the food was served to our table. It was cold and the chips looked as though they were cooked the day before as they were cold and unfresh. I did coment to the waiter who bought them wether they looked to him as though they had been freshly cooked, he just mubled under his breath and walked off. People all around the pub who had sat down were infored that there orders could not be met as they had ran out of gammon, steak, and beefburgers, and the waiting time was now over an hour. I find it hard to understand how on a bank holiday weekend not only was the kitchen not staffed sufficently but that they had ran out of food. The quality of the food was terrible. I know you get what you pay for so to speak..but I for one will never eat there again.|
vickyvine - 5 Apr 2010 17:31
|Worst pub lunch we have ever had, from the outside you could hazard a guess that it was a nice friendly welcoming pub. This was not the case. The staff barely cared for its customers, they were even drinking behind the bar. No effort on the service front, seemed like they didn't want the business.|
Ordered our lunch, most things were off the menu as they had 'ran out'. The food came, missing most of the accompaniments. The chips were soggy, the wedges were hard and dry and it was served with a mayonnaise which had a skin. We waited about an hour for the staff to clear the table, which gave me the chance to complain. I asked why should I pay full price for a half a plate of food? Their response was a blank look, so we just left. Does anyone know the company who owns this place? As I want to make a formal complaint.
123tprice - 31 Jul 2009 12:42
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