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The Royal Oak, Tolworth - pub details

Royal Oak

Address: 261 Ewell Road, Surbiton, Surrey, KT6 7AA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1501) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Surbiton (0.7 miles), Tolworth (1 mile), Berrylands (1.2 miles)

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Having visited the Royal Oak more often in 2017, I felt I should offer another review as it''s clearly changed a lot since some of the other reviewers visited (some time ago).

This is now a very well run (if a little pricey) pub. Always at least 4 ales on - all of which are well kept - and plenty of cider and lager, craft beer choice. It''s got a nice smart interior, but is still obviously a pub and the garden area is a nice place to drink in the summer. Food is good too.

As mentioned above, it''s probably a little too expensive - although it almost seems normal now based on other places - but it''s certainly worth a visit if you''re local or in the area as it''s much better than many of the reviews suggest.
straightatthewall - 5 Sep 2017 15:49
very nice place.
straightatthewall - 21 Oct 2016 00:18
A grotty pub inside and out, located at the far end of the broadway. On the far left is a pool table area with stone flag stones and the remainder of the L-shaped lounge is carpeted. All the decor looked very tired. The bar, although had 3 hand pumps only had Courage bitter available. On the more positive note, I overheard a conversation that there is a new manager and the pub is to be "redone". It certainly needs it. My visit was back in August so the pub may now be much better. I will revisit sometime to check it out.
boozers_knows - 27 Oct 2011 13:55
Pub with a single knocked through bar - bit of a barn with no soft furnishings and few hard ones. Big screen available but was not in use on a Saturday afternoon when I popped in - maybe because the only sport on TV was cricket. Pool table and games machines with background music on. Decent size garden but unkempt - seems mainly used for smoking area. Two ales on draught - Courage Best and Youngs Ordinary - I had a pint of the Ordinary and it was ok. Collection of football shirts fixed to the most disgusting coloured (khaki?) ceiling that I have ever seen. Few punters in - little atmosphere except a noticeable smell.
SimonM - 26 Feb 2011 15:39
Kids running wild, strange atmosphere. Didn't notice a real ale, staff friendly. Used to live near here 30 years ago and having a wander round - definitely gone a long way downhill
keith253 - 7 Sep 2010 21:20

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