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The Fish Inn, Wixford - pub details

Fish Inn

Address: Wixford, Alcester, Warwickshire, B49 6DA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 17786) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 6.5/10 (rated by 8 users)
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Three Horseshoes, Wixford (0.3 miles), Broom Tavern, Broom (0.7 miles), Broom Hall Inn, Broom (0.9 miles), Dog and Partridge, Alcester (1.6 miles), White Lion, Alcester (1.7 miles) - see more nearby pubs


user reviews of the Fish Inn, Wixford

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Not my cup of tea. All too jolly, with jokey slogan signs, a shark above the door and plenty of mannequins and nick nacks.

Roaring fire that made the place hotter than the sun.

Nowhere for a drinker to sit - mainly setup for dining.

Family play areas.

5 of the 6 handpulls were turned around but no complaints with my Wadworth 6x

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Mappiman - 1 Apr 2018 11:45
Last reviewer must have been to another pub!!The Fish is now a stylish modern dining pub. Still has its log fires, real ales and a great menu (which we found terrific value for money). Specials board featuring fresh fish and other locally scourced items. Gorgeous gardens on the banks of the river arrow with children adventure playarea, but best of all they cheerfully welcomed my dog in the bar!
We will be back soon!
mynabird - 9 Mar 2010 11:03
The Fish is a welcoming and appealing old country pub with its leaded partly stained glass windows, gables, ivy clad walls and riverside location. The interior has plenty of beams, pillars and exposed brickwork despite being obviously refurbished, extended and opened up although the pub still retains its old world charm. Fortunately they have managed to find a decent balance between diners and drinkers with the area near the main door with its large brick fireplace mainly for the diners and the drinking area situated by the carpeted, barrel shaped main bar with its views up through the beams into the superb vaulted roof. There are plenty of pots and pans, bottle racks, lanterns, horseshoes and various nick nacks on display but a visit to the loos may take longer than expected as the corridor doubles up as a mini museum with wartime newspapers, old signs, 19th C key collections and various odds and sods. The furnishings are rustic with settles and plain wooden seating which blend in well with the ambience. 3 Ales when I was there (admittedly some time ago) - Black Sheep, Adnams and Spitfire. To the rear is a public bar with games machines & TV. They do speciality food nights (Steak on Thursdays, Fish on Fridays) but I didnít get a chance to eat here so cannot comment on the quality. The extensive beer garden takes advantage of its setting on the banks of the River Arrow and has a childrens play area so there isnít really an excuse not to pay a visit if in the area.
RogerB - 23 Nov 2007 13:17
Called in on a journey 100 miles from home for Sunday lunch 14.1.07. Excellent old riverside pub with real wood fires. Good real ales, faultless service and the BEST food we have eaten in many years, well cooked and presented !!
I have written many reviews on a number of sites over the years but this pub is the TOPS. I only wish it was closer to home :((
mada - 14 Jan 2007 19:30
Lovely position. Bit overcrowded and very smokey. If you like a working mans pub then this is for you. Food is ok. Everything with chips, if you know what I mean.
Wise - 5 Jul 2005 09:27

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