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The Bull, Wheathampstead - pub details

Address: High Street, Wheathampstead, St Albans, Hertfordshire, AL4 8BS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 18362) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Harpenden (2.7 miles), Welwyn Garden City (4.2 miles), Welwyn North (4.8 miles)

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This is more of a restaurant than a pub. The only real ale - Doom Bar - was off, so the only bitter available was Tetley Creamflow (ugh!). It was very busy, although the food looked OK. With the Swan still closed (temporarily I hope) and the Nelson converted into an Italian restaurant, Wheathampstead has little to offer the beer drinker at the momnt.
Number11 - 15 Sep 2013 14:07
A pretty bad pub restaurant. Started badly - we waited 40 minutes for a garlic bread starter in a cold room. When we chased it turned up with the main course and were told the starter always comes together with the main. (That's why it is called a starter?)

The food was a mixture of average and poor: the garlic bread was toasted on top and soggy underneath; the creole chicken tasted like it had been coated in road clearing rock salt.

Wish we had never bothered. Still the leftover creole chicken is keeping the drive clear of ice a treat.

arlington - 6 Jan 2013 18:10
A very large pub bur more of a restaurant feel. food was adequate and a good value for money. I would probably go again as they cater for all.
miriambarns - 20 Jul 2011 16:27
Called in after a walk with the dog. Doom Bar, Bombardier and London Pride - Not a very exciting selection. Barman seemed to be in a world of his own, far, far away.
Didn't try the food, which, from what I saw, didn't look too bad, and presented in a "gastro" style. But the restaurant area looked quite dark and un-inviting.
Good points - My pint of Pride was quite good, and they have a nice garden.

Phantom_Pigeon - 3 May 2011 14:47
We were regulars until today when waiter asked us to leave the table and move to another as gentleman had reserved table We were told that you could not reserve table and as we had a drink and waiting for food and ALSO no reserved sign on table decided to stay but waiter said he would find us another table The pub was not full and there were plenty of tables to put him on but we were still told to move It was so embarrassing that we decided to leave No apology given and also no managers about!!!
andyhovis - 2 Apr 2011 20:29

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