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The Three Crowns, Bushey Heath - pub details

Three Crowns
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Address: 1 High Rd, Bushey Heath, Bushey, Hertfordshire, WD23 1EA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 16897) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bushey (1.9 miles), Carpenders Park (2 miles), Hatch End (2.3 miles)

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Visited for the first time tonight and glad I hadn't read some of the previous comments as I may well have been put off.
Two ales on tap - went for the Doombar which was £3.45 a pint and very drinkable. Dids ask, but no Camra discount available.
Sat in the garden which was very pleasant - and big - as is the inside of the boozer. Bit of a warren of rooms.
Staff were very friendly, attentive and helpful which always makes a big difference.
My wife and I ate - starters averaged out around a fiver each and mains around £9-£10. Nice food and decent portion sizes, with plenty of variety on the menu. Pub grub well done.
Bells from the church opposite were pretty noisy but I guess that's a lot better than plenty of people chattering away on their mobile phones or tinny background music.
duchyjim - 25 Jul 2012 22:10
The landlord and staff are friendly and make you feel welcome.

Green King IPA and a guest beer keeps me happy as does the quality of the food. I have eaten there twice and enjoyed both times.

The menu is very good so can only assume it has improved a lot since the earlier (less flattering) review.

Pity we had such a wet summer, the garden is enormous with plenty of space for kids.

I'd happily receommend this as a 'local' to anyone.
tonymars - 11 Nov 2008 11:59
An attractive 18th Century coaching inn with low ceilings, wooden floors and timber beams, that I suspect arenít original. There are two large rooms including a restaurant section and a few sofas dotted around. Attractive garden at the rear that has nice views. There are two real ales pumps and service is friendly and attentive. I only spent around 10 minutes there, whilst waiting for a bus, but I liked it and imagine it is very popular, being in an area that has lost a number of pubs in recent years.


Millay - 28 Jul 2007 12:33
average pub, average beer and food, but very over priced for the local area, a lot better priced elsewere
anonymous - 22 Mar 2007 03:14
Didn't eat, beer was pretty average.
stevefarmer - 6 Feb 2007 20:10

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