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The Bricklayers Arms, Flaunden - pub details

Address: Hogpits Bottom, Flaunden, Hertfordshire, HP3 0PH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 14559) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Chalfont & Latimer (2.9 miles), Chorleywood (3.5 miles), Hemel Hempstead (3.5 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.7/10 (rated by 16 users)
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We've been going here for meals for a few years. I do note some changes, probably due to the recession. Food is still good, if a little blander, but portions are much smaller and the meals more expensive. 18.95 for my two tiny pieces of duck and mashed potato; 13.95 for my wife's risotto (the only vegetarian option) - hey, it's just a small portion of rice with a few strips of veg! Three or four years ago, I remember taking my Dad for lunch, and three main courses, puddings and drinks were fifty odd quid. The two of us paid over sixty quid for two main courses, one pudding and a couple of
bar drinks each. Still a nice pub restaurant, with good service, and very popular with the elderly in the early evening.
VitalSigns - 22 Jun 2011 09:27
A lovely pub with superior food
morefood - 29 Apr 2010 08:43
Had a fair meal there last night and as against the average it was great however, expecting 'food pub of the year 2009' it was just ok.
Pints in the the wrong branded glasses (a pet hate) was a poor start (if you don't have the right one go unbranded surely?!) but all the staff were amiable and unassuming.
The foie gras starter was a plentiful ramakin-full but had discoloured in the fridge, not end-of-the-world but at 11.95 I was expecting better and the smoked fish was 3 decent pieces but being served only with a spoon of chutney and a cold round of herb butter I wasn't entirely sure was to do with it (eating forkfuls of fish is ok but I'm sure there was some sort of carbohydrate missing from the plate).
Mains were veal (a mouth-watering memory) and pork medallions (on the dry side unfortunately) finished with a very nice red at decent price.
Chatty barmen at the end glossed over a SECOND branded glass error (compounded by the fact that they did actually have the right glassware...) but overall a pleasant experience in what is a very nice part of the world.
Not 'food pub of the year' but there are much worse places to spend rare, balmy English summer evening.
Harthill72 - 20 Aug 2009 13:05
Lovely place to spend a sunny afternoon this, nice outside area where you can sit and watch the world go by. The place has a lot of charm and character, more of a restaurant than a pub but still with a relaxed friendly atmosphere. Food is superb though not cheap, excellent local produce. Can be busy if you are wanting to eat inside. The London Pride I sampled was in excellent condition, other beers were Green King.
dyyony - 20 Apr 2009 12:44
Remember this as a great pub that sold good food. Went there one Friday recently and on entering was approached by a waiter asking if we intended to eat. Looking around it became clear that it was now only a pub in the broadest sense, and the word 'restaurant' would be more appropriate (see the comments below blathering on about the quality of the food). Still sells a good range of ales, but not at all the place I remember. Car park is full of babies flushed out with the bathwater.
Redriley - 26 Sep 2007 15:51

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